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4th May 2011
The Waterholes project funded by AOTE in Kanha NP, India, is now in its second full year and has been a significant success. All of the waterholes are maintaining water throughout the year, having filled during the annual monsoon. The water has attracted prey species, including sambar, chital and sika deer, and there is evidence that tigers are inhabiting the two core zones. The outcome of the project has been a doubling of the active tiger habitat in Kanha National Park, a reduction in tiger-on-tiger mortality and an increase in cub survival.
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