Prey for Tigers Increases across the Country
The Bardia National Park, covering an area of 968 square kilometers has the highest number of prey for Tigers in Nepal, according to a report ‘Status of Tiger and Prey in Nepal’.
This protected area covers three districts and encompasses 92.6 animals per square kilometer, which is higher than any other conservational area. It provides home to 11 prey species, 332 Chittal, Langur, Wild Boars, Barking Deer and Sambar in significant numbers.
The report was made by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Reserves in collaboration with World Wildlife Fund [WWF] Nepal and the National Trust for Nature Conservation.