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Tiger reserves in India for Project Tiger are

A

More than 16

B

14-16

C

12 - 14

D

10

Answer

Governed by Project Tiger, administrated by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), there are 50 tiger reserves in India. 70 percent of the world's tigers are in India. The Tigers are maintained for their scientific, economic, aesthetic, cultural and ecological values. And in general measures for the protection of biodiversity should be maintained.
So. the correct answer is 'More than 16'.

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