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Tiger population discovered above 11,000ft in Bhutan mountains

A 'lost' population of tigers has been filmed living in the Himalayas. The discovery has stunned experts, as the tigers are living at a higher altitude than any others known and appear to be successfully breeding.
"The fact they can live here is just so important, for tigers in the wild, for their future."
- BBC wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan

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Tiger population discovered above 11,000ft in Bhutan mountains

Story contains video Source: BBC, Wed September 22, 2010
A 'lost' population of tigers has been filmed living in the Himalayas. The discovery has stunned experts, as the tigers are living at a higher altitude than any others known and appear to be successfully breeding.

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Whistleblowers help uncover 18 corruption cases

Source: Kuensel Online, Mon December 26, 2005
Bhutan - On December 9, 2004, the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) launched a fraud alert system on its website encouraging whistleblowers to report on cases of corruption in the country. The system seems to be working.

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Source: The Field Museum, Sat November 26, 2005
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