Kashmiri royal stags on the verge of extinction

Less than 200 animals are left in the wild after decades of conflict, poaching and poor management.

    A generation ago, thousands of royal stags roamed the Kashmir valley. But now they are close to extinction.

    Fewer than 200 royal stags are left in the wild after decades of conflict, poaching and poor management.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports.


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