Counting Tigers by Their Stripes


Every tiger has a pattern of stripes unique to itself. Computer programs can match photographs of the stripes to a database of known individuals so that researchers can know exactly which tigers are in a particular conservation area. From that information, they can also extrapolate what kind of prey base there is for tigers in that area. Photograph by Michael Nichols/National Geographic Creative.

Counting Tigers by Their Stripes.

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