Wednesday, April 6, 2011

The population of Tiger in our country has risen to 1706 as flashed on the f.b on March 29,2011

Bishwa Nath Singh

It is gratifying news to all of us that the population of Tiger in our country has risen to 1706(one thousand seven hundred six) in the year 2010 from 1,411(One thousand four hundred eleven) in the year 2006 as per the latest Tiger Census released on March 28, 2011. It is due to sustained conservation efforts.


(Photo of Tiger)

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Bishwa Nath Singh :
The census of population of tiger which was the most comprehensive and scientifically conducted exercise so far, in our country used cameras installed at strategic points like water bodies in forests, as also in respective territories of... big cats. The computers were used to analyze and collate the data. The census of year 2006 had shown a sharp fall in the number of tigers in protected areas - forest reserves, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries – in 19( nineteen) states across the country. According to the latest census, India had only one thousand four hundred eleven wild cats left in its forests in 2010.Let us keep our vigil to save and conserve our wild life to protect our ecological balance!


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Drkumud Tiwary :
We surely will try to protect our national animal. And help them to survive.

Anil Kumar :
I can wish only


March 29,2011.

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