Tiger Population Sees Hopeful Rise in Nepal | National Geographic

Studies of Nepal’s tigers have found a remarkable population increase of 19 percent over a four-year period.
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Nepal is now estimated to have 235 tigers across five national parks. Scientists say Nepal’s has used an excellent conservation “recipe.” Camera traps help scientists count wild tigers and also monitor their health. Catching a glimpse of tiger cubs playing is a good sign as it suggests cubs are well-fed and have plenty of energy. It’s one sign of a healthy tiger population.

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Cubs Meet Adult Tiger For The First Time | Tigers About The House | BBC

As the cubs grow up Giles Clark thinks it’s time for Spot and Stripe to start socialising with the adult tigers. Taken from Tigers About The House.
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Pangolins: The Most Trafficked Mammal You’ve Never Heard Of | National Geographic

What are pangolins? If you’ve never heard of the pangolin, you’re not alone. This shy creature, as big as your cat or dog, is the world’s most trafficked mammal — with more than one million pangolins poached in the past decade. Learn more about the pangolin, why all eight pangolin species are at risk of extinction, and the conservation efforts needed to save them.
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10 Amazing Animals You Would Like To Have

Top 10 Amazing Animals You Would Like To Have
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The world is full of a ton of awesome creatures and critters. Some are so small we can barely see them, and others large enough to crush a car!

Some animals are definitely less common, and we might not have the opportunity to see them all the time. There are rare breeds of rabbits, and cows with giant horns, and you may not have known that they exist in real life!

Hello guys and today I will show you 10 coolest animals in the world

Glaucus Atlanticus or “the Blue Dragon”
These little dragon-like creatures are often only about a few inches long and can be found in the Indian Pacific Oceans. It’s silvery grey on its dorsal side and dark and pale blue ventrally. It has dark blue stripes on its head. It has a flat, tapering body and six appendages that branch out into rayed, finger-like cerata.

Angora Rabbit
These cute, fluffy rabbits are among the hairiest breeds of rabbit of both wild and domestic types. These rabbits originated in Turkey although managed to spread throughout Europe and was even brought to the United States in the 20th century. These rabbits are often bred for their soft wool which can be made into clothing, and often get rid of their own coats every 3-4 months.

Axolotl
The axolotl or “Mexican salamander” (who looks like a Pokemon) is often spotted in lakes in various places around Mexico. These little salamanders are amphibious although often spend their adult lives strictly in the water.

Bearded Vulture
I don’t know about you all, but this vulture reminds me of a phoenix which was initially why I looked into the creature. These vultures inhabit a range of places from southern Europe to the Indian subcontinent, to Tibet. This vulture, like other vultures, typically eats dead animals, although it has been documented that the bearded vulture will attack live prey more often than other vultures.

Pink Fairy Armadillo
The pink fairy armadillo is the smallest and cutest species of armadillo. It is on the list of threatened species and is found in the sandy plains, dunes, and grasslands of Argentina.

Okapi
The okapi is an animal native to the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa. Although the stripes make many people believe okapi are related to zebra, they are actually closer to giraffe. Okapi are solitary creatures and come together to breed. They are herbivores, mostly eating leaves, grass, and other plants.

Red Panda
This cute, small panda lives in the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. The red panda is rather small, only about the same size as most domestic cats. Its eating habits range from bamboo, to eggs, to insects, and several other small mammals.

Superb Bird of Paradise
The superb bird-of-paradise is a species of the Paradisaeidae family. It is the only member in the genus Lophorina. It’s a small, approximately 26 cm (10 in) long, (passerine) bird. The male is black with an iridescent green crown, blue-green breast cover and a long velvety black erectile cape covering his back. The female is a reddish-brown bird with brownish barred buff below. The young is similar to the female. The superb bird-of-paradise are a dimorphic species.

The Ankole-Watusi
The Ankole-Watusi is a modern American breed of domestic cattle. It derives from the Ankole group of Sanga cattle breeds of central Africa. It is characterized by very large horns.

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Human Population Through Time

It took 200,000 years for our human population to reach 1 billion—and only 200 years to reach 7 billion. But growth has begun slowing, as women have fewer babies on average. When will our global population peak? And how can we minimize our impact on Earth’s resources, even as we approach 11 billion?

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World Population used courtesy of Population Connection, ©2015

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United Nations, “World Population Prospects: 2015 Revision”
US Census Bureau

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Needham, J. Science and Civilisation in China
TimeMaps
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database

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National Geographic Megafactories – Coca-Cola

A Documentary about the No.1 softdrink company in the world.
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