In Thailand, forests are protected by establishing 81 national parks, 39 wildlife sanctuaries and 49 hunting-free zones between 1962 and 1996, including 12 broad protected areas. more than 1,000 square kilometers (390 square miles). Forest harvesting was banned in 1989. Despite this extensive protected area network, tigers have been recorded in 10 out of 17 protected complexes in nationwide surveys since 2004. until 2007. Lower than predicted tiger density based on available forest habitat. Burmese tiger populations are limited to the Tanintharyi Region and the Hukawng Valley Tiger Reserve in 2006. In the Malay peninsula, tigers appear only in four protected areas larger than 400 square kilometers (150 square miles). In Sumatra, tigers range from lowland peat swamp forests to rugged mountain forests.
In the Indian subcontinent, fragmented tigers reside in the Sundarbans, a protected area of the Brahmaputra and Terai river basins in India and Nepal. At the foothills of the Himalayas, tigers can inhabit altitudes of more than 3,500 m (11,500 ft) in the temperate forests of Bhutan. As of 2007, India’s Project Tiger program includes 37 tiger sanctuaries with an area of about 37,700 square miles (98,000 km2).
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