Our National Animal Tiger Essays and Term Papers

  • General

    Tiger – the word reminds me of an image of an animal, loud sound, scary teeth, an animal hunting food, running after a dear or some poor herbivore and it can even be a human being.. [pic] But then tiger is also symbolic of strength/bravery/courage, remember the advertisement of Lipton tea?? We have...

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  • Wildlife Consrvation

    Conservation in India Importance of wildlife conservation Due to the growing impact of deforestation, continuous efforts are being made by some anxious animal lovers to protect the endangered species of wildlife as well as those that are on the verge of extinction and thus save the world from running out...

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  • Conservation of Wildlife

    Large-scale poaching, habitat destruction and conflict with humans have resulted in a rapid decline in the population of most of the wild animals and birds. Some animals like the Indian cheetah due to this are now extinct. Conservation of Indian wildlife was not given the requisite importance for a long...

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  • Ayub

    Various types of wild animals are found in the forests of India. Since primitive days the wild animals have close relationship with the mankind. The major wild animals of India are elephant, tiger, lion, rhino, bear etc. They live in the dense forests. The Sundarban of West Bengal is the home of the...

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  • Essay

    Greatest King E – Every Body Should Protect Them R – Roaring(Crying) For Save Him S – So Lets Start To Save The Tigers   2]Shot the “tiger” with the camera not with the gun.   3]Tiger Tiger burning bright, will not let you fade out of sight, that is my promise and for you we will fight. 3]Consider...

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  • The best way to save protect endanger red species

    different animals. Some of them are very dangerous, some become endangered species. Endangered species means a type of animal that will likely become extinct. Extinction of animals is a dangerous problem impacting on our life in the long term, so we must protect them because they are part of our life system...

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  • Wildlife Protection

    rare and threatened animal species, wildlife management is essential to protect such species. The country’s varies species of animals include the giant Asian elephants, the aggressive Asiatic lion and the rare one-horned rhinoceros found in the different protected national parks and wildlife...

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  • Icse Syallbus for Geography , 2011 (Class 9 & 10)

    wildlife. Large-scale poaching, habitat destruction and conflict with humans have resulted in a rapid decline in the population of most of the wild animals and birds. Conservation of Indian wildlife was not given the requisite importance for a long time. However, the government as well as the people...

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  • Geography

    WILD LIFE CONSERVATION IN INDIA 1. INTRODUCTION WILD LIFE Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive...

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  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve

    Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve John McBride Axia College University of Phoenix Located on the borders of the Indo-Gangetic and Indo Mayayan biogeographical realms, Manas National Park is a world heritage site with a realm of exceptional natural diversity, which is in need of support to...

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  • My Dream Is to Be a Cricket

    | |Protected areas[show] | |Protected areas (List) | |National parks | |Biosphere reserves | |Wildlife sanctuaries...

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  • India and World Science-Are We There? Guys Need to Prepare a Speech to Speak at a Inter School Debate for 5 Mi

    extinct or dying out. Tigers are facing major population losses & extinction. Tigers are killed for sport, skins & body parts. The 1950s saw extinction of the Caspian tiger. The Bali and Java tiger are also extinct. The last Bali tiger was killed in 1937; the last Javan tiger was seen in 1972. India...

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  • Wildlife

    INTRODUCTION Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative.Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems...

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  • Wildlife Conservation

    Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant and animal species and their habitats. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and to recognize the importance of wildlife and wilderness lands to humans.[1]Many...

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  • Informative Speech Outline

    top predators, Sumatran tigers are important because they maintain the balance between all animals and plants, predators and prey within the forest ecosystem. As students from Mizzou, our mascot is nevertheless, a tiger. Moreover, tigers are very regal and magnificent animals, and having an awareness...

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  • conservation on wild life

    Wildlife is a vital part of our ecosystem. Wildlife includes all animals and other organisms. Many animals are in the danger of extinction and strongly need to be saved. Animals add to the natural beauty of the earth. Humans’ activities become a big threat to the animals. Hunting and fishing is a sport...

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  • Wildlife in India

    natural projects and programmes started by the Indian government such as Project Tiger, Nature Camps and Jungle Lodges have been organised to promote wildlife awareness among the people. These projects not only help in preserving our natural heritage but also encourage eco-tourism. Wildlife conservation...

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  • Wildlife Conservation

    Large-scale poaching, habitat destruction and conflict with humans have resulted in a rapid decline in the population of most of the wild animals and birds. Some animals like the Indian cheetah due to this are now extinct. Conservation of Indian wildlife was not given the requisite importance for a long...

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  • Wildlife Conservation

    massacres of trees. This demonstration of trees is leading to the end of wildlife in India. We are slaughtering the impeccable seraphic ventures just for our sake. Species have been relinquishing, since this development began. We have reached to a height when much percent of the species have been dematerialized...

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  • Disadvantages of Science in Hindi

    types of crime Tigers, the national animal of India is in danger of extinction as the figures of wild tigers has plummeted to new lows. The wild tigers in India at the beginning of project tiger was 1827 but after the lapse of 38 years and after so much attention, number of wild tigers is less than 1000...

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