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This Indian businessman quit his job to protect wildlife through forest regeneration

At present, India has 50 tiger reserves. Image: Aditya Singh

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An aerial view of the land transformed by the Singhs.
An aerial view of the area of land that has been transformed by the Singhs. Image: Quartz
Aditya Singh
Aditya Singh on his reserve Image: Quartz
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