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Tigers: Still in Hiding in India's Goa State?

January 6, 2012
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A photograph of a tiger carcass is the strongest proof of the presence of the tiger in the tiny Indian state of Goa. That was in 2009. Over two years since, the forest department is still cagey to admit the big cat's presence - but why?

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