Asian Tigers Making a Comeback: According to new numbers from the Wildlife Conservation Society, more wild tigers have been spotted by camera traps in India, Thailand, and Russia than any previous year. Although the number of tigers worldwide is low, at about 3,200 wild specimens, the new survey hints that there may be more. Researchers credit the higher numbers to government action against poaching in India, Thailand and Russia, as well as the voluntary relocation of villages away from tiger habitats. This is good news for these beautiful and majestic creatures. via Examiner