Leopard and tiger numbers are soaring in India, with population numbers increasing significantly since 2014. Over the four-year period between 2014 and 2018, leopard numbers in India have increased by around 63%, while tiger numbers in the country have increased by 2,967 between 2018 and 2022. These figures reflect the country's increased conservation and protection efforts for these animals. For example, the country has increased its anti-poaching efforts and created "wildlife corridors" to help the animals pass easily from one place to another.
However, that's not all. Other animal populations are also increasing in other areas of the world. In Scotland, England, the number of red squirrels is increasing, while more rhinos have been born in Orang National Park in India.