Save Tigers, Save Ecosystem
 
Tigers are on the threshold of extinction. According to WWF, Tigers are amongst the ten most endangered species in the world. Over the last century more than 95% of the Tiger population has been wiped out & three sub-species are already extinct. Less than 3500 tigers remain in the wild today with around 50% in India & their numbers are declining fast.

No Tigers = No Forests = No clean Air & Water = No You & Me

Unless we save the tigers they will be extinct ny 2020...

Start....start immediately....make efforts to save tigers...
reshmi
5/13/2010 05:25:46 pm

Diksha, the issue is not only tigers and somehow, when i visited the blog, i was quite surprised to see that there is only one serious points that they have put it why tigers need to be saved - the issue of eco-systems. Rest are emotional adn not even ethical. My fear is that, tiger reserved forests are here since mid 60. govt spend a lot on it and those who kill tigers, are mainly for trading - skin and other parts which is used by the wealthy class, not by a villager and also not any villager kills tiger to eat (in case of deer we can say that for meat), so.. issue lies somewhere. So, now we have to look at the issue of loosign habitat which a major issue for tigers in sunderban which is on the way to submerge in sea by 2040 if the statistics are believeable which actually associate with our larger consumption pattern. THis aspect are discussed not even a single campaign or conveniently ignores. then there is no point in getting into such campaigns. I think to save tiger, we may have to develop a tiger park and save them !!!. Becuase along with tigers, the ecosystem is depleting/ destroying, a lot of people in the lower end of the pyramid also on the way of exstinction, the flora and flauna - so ask the blogers/ campaigner to elarborate on the issue.

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diksha
9/3/2010 10:04:26 pm

Plz see this

http://www.hindu.com/2010/09/04/stories/2010090463671100.htm

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1/23/2017 06:28:50 pm

You should totally check out TigrisClothingCo.com they donate money from each purchase to help save the tigers!

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