Thursday, April 1, 2010

Save the Tiger

Another Tiger may not live to see tomorrow.Tiger is a unique animal in our earth. and a symbol of our culture and heritage , a symbol of power and strength. These animals play an essential role for our ecosystem. If these unique animals are extinct the total ecosystem would fall down.

Tigers are in the top of the food chain as control mechanism for herbivores or consumers and preserve the forest and grassland ecosystem.

According to sources India had 40,000 tiger in the end of the 20th century .In 2002 this number was 3,642 and now we left only 1411 tigers.

We are moving very fast towards the crises of the most beautiful animal. So time is coming to save them. So let’s come to try save them and make our ecosystem be healthy so we can make our planet beautiful for our children. If we are not saving them our children never seeing a tiger in the wild when they grownup.

India and China both came to save the beautiful animal. This can be done through monitoring, research. They take an action against illegal trade of tiger body parts and products. China has only 20 odd tiger in their wield.

The Malaysian World Wildlife Fund has organized 1000 volunteers to have their faces painted with a tiger design to raise awareness of a campaign to increase tiger population in the country. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 20/02/2010.

Bollywood Star Amitabh Bachchan told reporters at a function which is organized by NDTV joining Aircel “The tiger is symbolic of India’s Wildlife wealth. It is dangers because of rampant poaching and the ineffectiveness of our system to stop its killing. Collective action is the need of the hour. It is our responsibility to not only initiate a public movement but also ensure that it gains momentum”.

Indian Cricket Captain Dhoni said “If he is not able to raise the kind of the money required, he himself would send the money to the NGO," he said. The source said that NGO officials were pleased with the positive response from Dhoni and would follow it up with the India skipper soon.

As per sources Srushti workers recently saved three tiger cubs and are now trying to care for them. They are motherless as she has been killed by poachers. They are being reared in open area, but the plan is to provide them live feeding,"
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary includes 3,237 hectares of reserve forest, 2,213 hectares of protected forest.

According to WWF :
“Tiger hunting was officially banned only after the enactment of the Wildlife (Protection) Act in 1972. Today increasing biotic disturbances, uncontrolled poaching of prey, urbanization, mining and quarrying; and poaching of tiger for its body parts gravely threaten the future of the tiger. Bones and other body parts of the tigers are used in Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) and their skins are used for making Chubas( the traditional robe worn by the Tibetans). It is this illegal market for tiger skins and parts in China and Tibet that remains as one of the most serious threat to wild tiger populations in India.”

We urgently need for improvement and maintain the levels of security system in the Tiger Reserves Forrest, Poacher be punished. We also need some strict law for The tiger protection .A nationwide awareness campaign will be needed.

Let’s come, join and share the campaign to save the beautiful animals in our planet.

If you have some brochure about the same send your friends ,family members to aware them. If you don’t have write to me I am sending the same.

Save Tiger Video Presentation , must see.

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