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- With over 72% forest cover, tigers in Bhutan are not threatened by habitat loss unlike in other parts of the world
- This month, Bhutan just finished its first tiger census and can proudly tell the world it has more than 100 tigers.
- What cannot be overlooked is all that Bhutan has achieved on its own, at a time when the world is grappling with monumental environment problems, from deforestation to climate change.
- In the 1970s, Bhutan’s democratic leaders declared in the constitution that a minimum of 60% of the land would be under forest cover.