• General
    have suddenly.. nah... from last few decades realized that we need to save our wildlife.. You know why we are so much concerned?? Yes one of the most obvious reasons is that animals are disappearing from our earth.. and we don’t want them extinct Save Tiger. But why? ▪ National Heritage: We don’t...
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  • Wildlife Consrvation
    Crocodile conservation. Project Tiger: In 1972 to preserve this majestic predators from extinction the Project tiger was launched. There are near about 41 tiger reserves in India which are governed by Project tiger to save our national animal. These are made to create a safe haven and suitable...
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  • Ayub
    ), kite, vulture, hawk etc. Swans, ducks, crows, golden oriole, cranes, doves etc. are found almost everywhere. Tiger is our national animal and peacock, the national bird. The number of wild animals is gradually diminishing as our forests are diminishing. Preservation of Wildlife: The Government of...
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  • Geography
    Project Reserves of India and in  1991 the tiger reserve was expanded to include Sawai Man Singh and Keladevi sanctuaries. Other than Tiger, this national park is also home to wide variety of wild animals such as leopards, nilgai, dhole, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear and chital. It has an...
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  • Conservation of Wildlife
    -based, our interventions are also scaled up to state and national levels as appropriate. PROJECT TIGER Indian government commenced the 'Project Tiger' in 1973-74, with the objective of restraining as well as augmenting the declining population of tigers. Under the project, nine wildlife sanctuaries...
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  • Essay
    . 19]When the buying of the fur stops, the killing will too: Save Tigers 20]Save the national animal and serve the nation… 21]Want to shoot animals?…Use cameras! 22]The dolphins need your help today so they can continue to swim and play. 23]Tigers: Save our striped friends. 24]The...
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  • Wildlife Protection
    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 sanctuaries of India. India is a home to large number of mammals, reptiles, birds and other species...
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  • conservation on wild life
    protect our natural heritage but also encourage eco-tourism. The Indian government has been sucessful in protecting the Tiger population. The Kaziranga National Park in Assam is also an effort to save the endangered Rhinoceros. Other examples are: Gir National Park & Sanctuary in Gujarat, Sunderbans...
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  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve
    endangered on the United National Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) web site (List of World Heritage in Danger, 2009). As a vital part of our world heritage, Manas National Park is also listed as a tiger reserve. It is important that we continue to protect this area of the world, which is in need of assistance through funding to continue the development programs already in place. All help is appreciated. References...
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  • Wildlife
    and negligence towards animals and nature. The Indian Government has started nature projects like, Project Tiger, Nature Camps, Jungle Lodges, etc. to encourage wildlife awareness among the common people. Besides preserving the natural heritage, these projects also promote eco-tourism. Wildlife...
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  • My Dream Is to Be a Cricket
    . | | | | | |Tiger is our national animal and Peacock is our national bird. Tigers and Rhinoceros are the two endangered species of | | |wild life. The Asiatic Chetah is nearly extinct due to hunting and loss of available habitat. In Madhya Pradesh...
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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
    |??? ????| WHICH IS THE NATIONAL ANIMAL OF INDIA? NOW U SAY TIGER..! BUT,WOT ABT LATER WITH JUST SOME MORE OF THEM LEFT IN OUR COUNTRY? WUD U HAVE AN ANSWER WEN THE NEXT GENERATION ASK... "U LET THE TIGER DIE?"... BE A PART OF SAVING IT....CREATE AWARENESS....HELP SAVE OUR NATIONAL CULTURE...
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  • Informative Speech Outline
     Intro: Since they are 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...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    Project Tiger, Nature Camps and Jungle Lodges. These projects not only help to preserve our natural heritage, but encourage eco-tourism as well. Project Tiger was formed in 1972 and launched on the 1st April 1973 at Corbett National Park. Till date, the project has been the most successful one in...
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  • Conservation
    natural projects and programs such as Project Tiger, Nature Camps and Jungle Lodges. These projects not only help to preserve our natural heritage, but encourage eco-tourism as well. Project Tiger was formed in 1972 and launched on the 1st April 1973 at Corbett National Park. Till date, the project...
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  • Icse Syallbus for Geography , 2011 (Class 9 & 10)
    ] Flora of India Main article: Flora of India There are about 17500 taxa of flowering plants from India. The Indian Forest Act, 1927 helped to improve protection of the natural habitat. [edit] National symbols of India • National animal: Tiger (Panthera Tigris) • National Heritage animal of India...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    species leads to end of our National animal, Tiger. A tiger annually needs about 50-60 deer-seized for its survival. But the slump in the ratio of wild animals leads to no food for tiger, means less tiger on the earth. According to Wildlife Protection Act in India, Haunting animals, dissect trees are...
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  • Survey in Bandhavgarh National Park
    local support and their respect for the wildlife, that our grand children may visit here and experience what we have been privileged to. Escalating man animal conflict is the root-cause to the depletion in the number of Tigers. Concern over crops being destroyed by wild animals is growing; in...
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  • Wildlife in India
    and the Vembanad Bird Sanctuary. Other wildlife sanctuaries such as the Shivpuri Nature Reserve, and the tiger reserve at Bannerghatta National Park and Nagarhole wildlife sanctuary are also not to be missed. These nature refuges are home to several animal species including Cheetahs, wild boar...
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  • The Astounding Dream (Save Tigers)
    tiger. As we moved forward we saw many animals but the show was taken by the tiger. I kept on thinking why people are up to killing this beautiful creature of god . It was strange being so engrossed with the thoughts of an animal but I think that is the reason why tiger is known as the national animal...
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