Rare Chinese Tiger Spotted For First Time In Decades – AFP

From AFP:

A rare South China tiger has been spotted in the wild for the first time in decades, surprising researchers who feared the subspecies was extinct outside of captivity, state media said Friday.

Experts have confirmed a photograph taken on October 3 by a farmer in Shaanxi province was of a young wild , the most critically endangered of all tiger subspecies, Xinhua news agency said.

Experts have said no more than 20 to 30 of the were believed to remain in the wild, but none have been spotted in decades, with many fearing that a small number of captive-born were all that remained. [Full Text]

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