When Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, died in 2018, it marked a low point for conservationists. It was a terrible thing watching a species become all but extinct and it would be easy to give in to the sense of doom that accompanied it. So many species out there are in trouble right now, it's hard to know where to begin.
But there's reason for hope. Tigers in India, for example, have rebounded nicely, as the government announced that its tiger population has doubled in 12 years, four years ahead of the target goal.