Tigers live in almost any climate. They need only shade, water and prey. They are found in the hot rain forest of Malaysia, the dark thorny woods of India, and the cold, snowy, spruce forest of Manchuria. They also live in oak woods, tall grassland, swamps, and marshes. Tigers prefer to be in the shadows and seldom go into open country as lions do.
Humans are rapidly encroaching into wilderness areas that were once ruled exclusively by the tiger. For example in India, which is home to over one third of the world's wild tigers, the human population has exceeded one billion inhabitants, a number that many estimate could double in the next three decades if the current rate of growth continues. Asia, which was once covered with vast forests, and where at the turn of the last century more than 100,000 tigers lived, is amazingly now home to more than half of humanity. There is no question that incessant population growth is steadily eliminating the tiger and the forest ecosystems it is dependent upon.
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