July 29, 2021
The tiger is a magnificent and royal animal that is essential to the health and variety of an environment. In the food chain, it is a top predator. It is via the population control of wild ungulates that the balance of herbivores and their prey is maintained. Hunting and the illegal trade of tiger body parts are some of the primary causes of tiger population decrease.
Unfortunately, tigers are among the animals that are on the verge of extinction. As a result, every year on July 29, International Tiger Day is observed to raise awareness about tiger conservation.
This international day's theme is "Their Survival is in Our Hands." Last year's event was hosted online due to the outbreak of COVID-19. However, the incident was widely celebrated across the world. Because India possesses around 70% of the world's tiger population, it plays an important part in the yearly celebration. With tiger reserves in existence and the Environment Department working hard, India has effectively quadrupled the tiger population ahead of the 2022 objective.
Tigers' Talk by Dr. A. Kumaraguru in Tamil
SAVE TIGERS - SAVE EARTH