International Tiger Day

Tigers are majestic animals and they are now in lowest numbers they have been ever. Our National Animal is Tiger and it is in only our country that Tigers (Bengal Tigers) are found in great numbers. Tigers are vulnerable to extinction due to humans’ inhuman activities and climatic changes. Number of tigers all across the world has been reduced from 100,000 to 3,000. So to create awareness about Tiger conservation, July 29 is declared as International Tiger Day by International Tiger Summit in 2010.

Tigers are a part of our planets’ natural heritage; they also have a great cultural and historical significance. No doubt they are also crucial for the ecosystems in which they live. We can’t ignore that tigers not only protect the forest by maintaining ecological integrity but also they bring highest levels of protection and investment to an area. Therefore, we call them as “umbrella species” that is their conservation also conserve many other species in the same area.

Preserving an endangered animal is the responsibility of every individual and we should help towards the preservation of Tigers.

Let us keep the tigers in jungles & not in history……
#Save Tigers.