India village in Rajasthan relocates to protect tigers. India's tiger numbers have shrunk from 100,000 to 1,700 in a little over a century
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Learning to live with India's tigers:
An entire village has been relocated in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan to protect tigers, officials say.
More than 350 people from 82 families in Umri village, in the Sariska tiger reserve, moved to a new location.
The number of tigers in Sariska had dwindled to zero before growing to five over the last three years.