Yashmeet Kaur

i m Yashmeet Kaur of class 9c. Already we have lost many specie of animals in last century. In India in year1937 India had about 7000 tigers and now we have only 1411 tigers (estimated). Our national animal is extincting from our own country.Is there any one to save them. Can our next generation will be able to see tigers as we didn’t see many animals because no body was their to save them.
Can’t we take any precautionary measures against it. I know government has taken many measures to protect it but still it if not enough to protect them.
We have launched a campaign against protecting tigers in India and world . ( www.saveourtigers.com ) According to the estimates of biologist our tigers will soon extinct in year 2015.
We can do many things to save them please support us. In India many tigers reserves are there but still their extincting, we can provide more security to protect them, breeding of tigers all over the world , saving as many tigers as possible as from their illness by hiring vet.doctors, protecting their natural habitat as forest, etc. In some cases even government is responsible for the extinct of tigers in security purpose of tigers. Not only tigers are in endangered level of extinction but as well as lions of Africa and India, Blue whales in pacific ocean and sharks. Surely these fishes are killed to make cosmetic products from their skin and liver only for these thing they are killed. If one rich Tigers typically live to an age of between 14 and 16 years in the wild and fully grown adults can reach a length of 3 metres.

The Tigress will have a litter of between 2 and 4 cubs and she will bring the cubs up for two years before they go off and have there own range areas.

There are 5 sub-species of Tiger left with 3 sub-species becoming extinct in the last 20 years.

It is a passion and more to help save Tigers. They are the guardians of the forest and help protect the water supplies within the forests.

One Tiger a day is being killed in the wild for its skin and body parts. Saving Tigers is important for the world.

Our Projects
We work in India at present which is where there are approximately 55% of the world’s wild tigers. We work in the Sundarbans. Funds have been donated to help build a hospital on Satjelia island. We have also supplied a small amount of medical items for the hospital. We have also donated items such as sleeping bags and binoculars for the forest guards so as to help them in their duty to protect the forest and its mammals.person dies all even after death he is there in news , television, etc. But if a animal dies we tell “we don’t care of animals they are the trouble on earth” is it good to say that. Even this generation does not have emotions against animals. If a animal kill’s a man you kill the animal back for protecting the man. eg : in Australia’s beach in 1980′s they killed many sharks when we asked why cause they started coming on the beach and tried to kill human . so they killed they sharks.
Save The Tiger Fund (STF) is a partnership program between the ExxonMobil Foundation and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) established in 1995 focused on the conservation of wild tigers. Major funding for STF is provided by ExxonMobil Foundation and NFWF administers the program. This year, STF is pleased to be partnering with Panthera to increase critical support necessary to stem the loss of tigers in several key landscapes through a co-funding mechanism. STF provides support to projects that clearly demonstrate measurable outcomes in terms of protecting wild tigers and their Tigers occupy the pinnacle of the food chain and a healthy tiger population is an indicator of the well being of the whole forest. Throughout evolution, predators have had a regulatory influence on the population sizes of other species; it is thanks to carnivores, such as tigers, that the number of herbivores is kept in check. In turn, the populations can therefore only fluctuate between certain limits because of this "feedback mechanism".

With the number of herbivores under control, but not depleted, the forest vegetation is likely to thrive provided humans do not over exploit it. Seeds will be dispersed by new growth will not be prevented by excessive grazing pressure. Healthy vegetation protects the rainwater and safeguards the water table. Many forest are important catchments areas for rivers, upon which many species, including human beings, depend.

Species at the top of the food chain are generally larger and require more space than other animals, particularly if they are territorial . Conserving such species in the wild protects the habitat of many other animals, as well as safeguarding the essential ecological processes such as water and nutrient cycling. Thus the tiger is the guardian of many other creatures.

Tiger Information

Tigers typically live to an age of between 14 and 16 years in the wild and fully grown adults can reach a length of 3 metres.

The Tigress will have a litter of between 2 and 4 cubs and she will bring the cubs up for two years before they go off and have there own range areas.

There are 5 sub-species of Tiger left with 3 sub-species becoming extinct in the last 20 years.

It is a passion and more to help save Tigers. They are the guardians of the forest and help protect the water supplies within the forests.

One Tiger a day is being killed in the wild for its skin and body parts. Saving Tigers is important for the world.

Our Projects
We work in India at present which is where there are approximately 55% of the world’s wild tigers. We work in the Sundarbans. Funds have been donated to help build a hospital on Satjelia island. We have also supplied a small amount of medical items for the hospital. We have also donated items such as sleeping bags and binoculars for the forest guards so as to help them in their duty to protect the forest and its mammals.
lets rock..Today, there are many problems that threaten the world's tiger population. Economic development, habitat loss, and lack of prey species all contribute to the extinction of this magnificent animal. But the most immediate threat facing the tiger is poaching for bones and other body parts to satisfy the market for traditional Chinese medicinal products.

To raise funds and make the international community aware of these issues, Mountain Travel-Sobek announces its sixth annual non-profit Save the Tiger! trip, a 17 day educational adventure that supports tiger conservation efforts. Veteran guide Brian Weirum, who developed the Save the Tiger! trip, provides excellent, knowledgeable leadership for the group. "With Mountain Travel- Sobek's support and encouragement, I started the Save the Tiger! trip in 1994," he stated. "The purpose was to take people into the heart of tiger habitat, give them a chance to see this beautiful animal in its natural setting, and to raise funds to support work being done to prevent the tiger's extinction."

To date, the trip series has raised more than $55,000. Mountain Travel-Sobek donates the profits from this trip to California-based The Fund for the Tiger, a non-profit public charity established by Mr. Weirum that funds anti-poaching patrols, tiger counts, and monitoring work in Nepal and India. These efforts have had the following tangible impact.
TIGER TRIVIA
1.According to an ancient chinese legend when a tiger becam 500 years old,it,s tail would turn white.
2.It is said thata tiger can ever hear the breathing of hunter inside machan built alop trees.
3.Chinese mythology attributes magical powers to tiger.
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4.Tigers love to sleep and spend most of the day sprawled comfortably under a shady tree.
5.If a tigress thinks her cubes might be in danger,she picks up each cube carefully in her mouth and moves them to another den.
6.Togeather with kanha kisli,the bandhavagarh forests are believed to be the setting for rudyard kipling,s 'The jungle book'
7.A tiger finds it difficult to spot an animal standing absolutely still. but the slighest flicker of it,s tail or ear is a give away of it,s location to the tiger!
8.Where does a tiger hangout?Tigers like to cool down by sitting neck deep in water holes. in the wild they are often found bathing in ponds,lakhes and river!

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