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Posted by Puja on July 12, 2006

 
TIGER, the most potent symbol of Asia, the pride of the Jungle is facing trouble. Today there is little ground remaining for our national animal. According to researchers the tiger population has dropped over the past 100 years from an estimated 100,000 in 1900 to only 4000 in the 1970's. In wake of the tiger crisis, government launched the Project Tiger in 1972 and we achieved little improvement in population of tigers from 4000 in 1970 to 5000-7500 tigers at present. So let us all unite to re-establish the dignity of the “Greatest Cat” that they deserve. If you really want to save this magnificent creature from becoming extinct, then come forward and voice your concern. Merinews provides an open platform for all to share & express their opinion on issues important to them. Click here to submit your views: - www.merinews.com
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MALKEET SINGH says

April 19, 2013 at 02:46 AM

you are right sir once a time when our nation was known as the land of tiger. but now a days situation is not that. the residance space of tigers and their habitat decreasing day by day. so to save the tigers we have to work unite. to provide them proper ecological habitat the human activities on the area's of tigers should be minimise.


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