Out of the top 10 animals facing extinction, due to poaching, three animals have personally become important symbols and carry great meaning in my life. My grandmother and I share a love for animals especially tigers, bengal tigers to be exact. We used to have talks during the summers I spent up at her house, about planning a trip to observe wild tigers in their natural habitats, but as the years go by, with poaching still being a high ranked crime against animals, this dream may not even become a reality. Wildlife Protection Society of India and a group of the Environmental Investigation Agency proclaim that bengal tigers, also known as India tigers, are being poached for their fur to make warm-fancy coats, traditional medicines, ceremonial clothing and get this, even for souvenirs (Associated Press). In a number of years the result of such a crime will extinct these magnificent animals for things such as coats, when we could easily use thicker fabrics and fake furs; it’s a shame that... [continues]
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