Climate & Environment

Prey density declines across tiger bearing parks and forests

According to the survey, the prey densities, significant for maintaining and boosting wildcat population, had decreased from 25.33 to 22.02 prey number in per square kilometre in Parsa National Park. Prey density declines across tiger bearing parks and forests
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Chandan Kumar Mandal
Published at : May 9, 2019
Updated at : May 11, 2019 07:53
Kathmandu

Chandan Kumar Mandal

Chandan Kumar Mandal is the environment and migration reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering labour migration and governance, as well as climate change, natural disasters, and wildlife.


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