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India keeps a close eye on its tigers

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Nature 572, 586 (2019)

doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-02546-z

Competing Interests

All the authors on this Correspondence are experts in carnivore conservation research and were invited by the government of India to act as independent observers of the processes involved in the All-India tiger surveys in 2018. These visits were conducted in July 2019. The authors were not paid a salary but did have their costs of travel covered. This Correspondence reflects our independent view of the process and its importance internationally.

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