Scientists uncover wild surprises in tribal Bangladesh. Partnering with indigenous groups, conservationists discover a wealth of wildlife in Bangladesh’s most remote region. Including maybe, just maybe, tigers. A new group, Creative Conservation Alliance (CCA) organised the wildlife survey that employed camera traps in the Chittagong Hills Tract region for five years by partnering with the local tribes and securing support from Bangladesh’s forest department.
Maybe on this occasion: out of sight, out of harm’s way for the cultural and spiritual values of the hills for the local indigenous’ peoples land?
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