Six suspected tiger poachers shot dead by Bangladesh police

London : Bangladesh police have shot dead six suspected tiger poachers at a hideout in the world’s largest mangrove forest. According to the BBC, police seized three tiger pelts which they said were from animals that appeared to be freshly killed. A recent survey found that just over 100 were living there which is a sharp decline from the 440 animals recorded 10 years ago. The Sundarbans in south-east Bangladesh are home to the rare Bengal tiger.

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