India leading the tiger project
“There is nothing like the thrill of walking through the jungle looking for a tiger and knowing they could be watching you already.” – Ashlan Gorse Cousteau
As per the UN report, the global tiger population has declined by 95% and the major cause is the loss of their habitats.
Theme of 2021 International Tiger Day- Their survival is in our hands
India is home to over 70% of the tiger population globally.
We should thank India Government for their great deeds, which increased the tiger population in a very positive response.
According to the Tiger Estimation Report,
In 2006- 1411
This shows a 30% rise compared to 2014. India accounts for 70% of tigers of the world
That means within these 5 years, protected areas increased from 692 to 860 and community reserves from 43 to 100.
Sundarban National Park is the home of 300 majestic and fiery Royal Bengal Tiger.
The government of India played a vital role to increase the population of tigers in India.
Various projects running successfully made possible changes to save the National Animal, the king of Forest.
World Tiger Day Estd.- 2010
Tiger State of India- Madhya Pradesh
Project Tiger Launched- 1973
Total Tiger Reserves in India- 52
Biggest Tiger Reserve- Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam
Smallest Tiger Reserve- Bor Wildlife Sanctuary
Tiger City- Nagpur