What is the largest reserve for tigers?



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    The world’s largest tiger reserve is in Myanmar (Burma). The Hukawng Valley Wildlife Sanctuary underwent a man-made growth spurt starting in 2004 to nearly triple the amount of space for the reserve, pushing it well beyond the original 2,500 square miles (6,500square kilometers) and up to 7,250 square miles(21,800 square kilometers).

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