The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) of India is creating a new system that will show rangers the best paths to take as they go around the large areas they are in charge of. Veterinarian Akhilesh Mishra has been providing animal care at Pench National Park in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh for 22 years. He said that it was an amazing experience to be able to heal an injured tiger and allow it to return to the forest. It’s difficult to know the total tiger population. The NTCA set up camera traps in 26,838 locations to carry out its most recent survey. As a result, 34,858,623 pictures of wildlife were collected. In search of information regarding tigers and their prey, researchers also traveled tens of thousands of kilometers on foot. The NTCA used artificial intelligence (AI), which had been trained to recognize various animals, to sort through all of that data. However, human rangers will still be required, according to Mohmad Sajid Sultan, assistant inspector general at the NTCA. Artificial intelligence will help rangers catch wildlife crimes.