Monday, February 15, 2010

Save Our Tigers.

According to the recent survey of India it is noted that the population of tigers in India have reduced to  1,411 from 40,000 (last century). Tigers are facing major population loss and extinction and are killed for sport, skins & body parts. There are only about 3,500 tigers left around the world out of which 1,411 are from India.

The main cause of the decline of Tigers is  poaching for tigers fur, bones and other tiger products and loss of their natural habitat due to changing climate and human activities like logging, farming and encroachment of forests area's.

To know more about how to save the Tiger please visit

You can assist in "Save Our Tigers" by speaking up about it to your family, friends, colleagues, posting Online and blogging about it.

You can also donate money to NGOs working for the cause, like WWF-India at

If we fail to act today the  future generation may read about Tigers and know about them as extinguished animals.

Take the step now and show your concern  - join the  ROAR -

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