Save Tigers

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Recently I happened to watch a commercial which wasn’t meant for commercial purpose but for our tigers which are under constant danger of being diminished from mother earth. Their existence is under great threat. By whom? Of course, by us, the humans, who are killing tigers for what? nails, skin and body parts to make medicines to increase human potential for sex. We know it’s shameful but still hunting is going on and has not reached to such a danger level that only 1411 tigers are left.

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1411 is average estimate of India’s wild tigers, as per the monitoring exercise by Wildlife Institute of India in association with NTCA, Government of India in 2008.

I was talking about the commercial that I watched. Watch it below and feel the touch. A cute cub of tiger is waiting for her mother to return from hunting as it is hungry and thirsty. But little fact it knows that her mother might not even return! Why? Because, there are chances that she would be killed by humans. What happens to the cub then? The imagination itself is heart breaking.

Save Our Tigers video

It surprised me when I came to know that there were total of 40,000 tigers in the last century. Tigers were considered as a part of our heritage. And now only 1411 left. The difference of 38589 tigers shows the merciless killing of this beautiful animal.Indian Government has been spending billions of rupees after the border protection.

Time has come now that, we take care of our own animals too. Security staff is the first and foremost requirement to save our tigers. Their strength should be increased as well they should be well equipped to fight back against the killer demons.

Protection should be given the high priority. The killers should fear from the guards that if they are caught, they can be the target of bullets. Strict laws should be executed immediately against any such caught killers.
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