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BBC tracks down tigers in the Himalayas

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The BBC's Natural History team has found evidence of breeding tigers in the Hymalayan mountains of Bhutan, over 4000m above sea level, using a set of remote cameras.

The discovery sparked hopes of extending a 'conservation corridor' through the mountains.

In other news, the woman who dumped a cat in a wheelie bin has been charged with causing unnecessary suffering and an unsuitable environment.


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For some reason I'm glad to see that woman get some kind of punishment.

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Regrettably, the article doesn't say how the cat fared from the incident.

EDIT: A little googling uncovered a couple of other stories that indicated the cat was trapped for 15 hours and was freed relatively unharmed and reunited with its owner.

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