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Why an elephant might help you spot a tiger

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In the last few months leaders of 13 countries - including India, Russia and China - have come together to affirm their commitment to save tigers from extinction.

There are only 1200 tigers in the wild in India and only a few thousand in the world.

Michelle Jana Chan travelled to Central India to track down these elusive animals.

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