Yes. According to the IUCN Red List 2008 assessment, there are still 3,402 to 5,140 adult tigers in the wild. However, many pockets of these endangered big cats do not house enough of them to continue breeding successfully. As the result, the effective population is lower, at about 1,361 – 2,056 adults. They are located in 76 “Tiger Conservation Landscapes”. The rest are in 543 small confirmed populations called “Fragments with Tigers”.
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