In Thailand returned to endangered tigers

For the first time in four years in the Western part of Thailand has spotted tigers under threat of extinction, according to Lonely Planet.

The wildlife Department of Thailand and the organization for the conservation of wild cats, announced that their camera traps captured Indochinese tigers.

In the last century the population of this species numbered about a hundred thousand individuals, now there are only 3900. And in the area where they were found, so few of them that experts still find out the exact number. The appearance of tigers suggests that the restored ecosystem is good for all wildlife.

Experts hope that the tiger population in Thailand will be restored.

The Indochinese tiger is smaller than the Bengal or Amur. Live in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia and Vietnam.