India's 2018 tiger census sets new Guinness record
India's 2018 tiger census sets new Guinness Record as largest camera-trap wildlife survey. In 2018, India had as many as 2,967 tigers in the wild, with more than half of them in Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka, according to that year's tiger estimation report. The paired camera traps were placed at 26,760 different locations across 139 study sites, which generated approximately 35 million photos, including 76,523 tiger and 51,337 leopard photos. More on this tiger census can be seen by following the link below.