The Eastern Plains Landscape of northeast Cambodia is home to six ungulate species, which will prove key prey species for the tiger when it is reintroduced to the landscape.
Densities of three of these ungulate species are robustly monitored by WWF. These are: Banteng, Muntjac and Wild Pig. See Figure 1 for density data collected by WWF from the 2013/14 dry season.
It is from this population density data that the EPL's tiger carrying capacity for the tiger reintroduction was calculated.