The World Celebrates 7th Global Tiger Day

Sunday, July 30th, 2017
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Citizen Journalism Project

New Delhi, July 30

The 7th Global Tiger Day is here. Let us know how you're celebrating in your country!! Say hello to us on Instagram & Twitter too @wwf_tigers 🤗

Posted by WWF Tigers on Saturday, July 29, 2017

The 7th Global Tiger Day is here. Let us know how you're celebrating in your country!! Say hello to us on Instagram & Twitter too @wwf_tigers 🤗

Posted by WWF Tigers on Saturday, July 29, 2017

Countries across Asia observed World Tiger Day on Saturday with renewed commitment to protect the big cat and their habitat. Asia is home to five subspecies of the endangered large wild cats.

Tiger sighted During 3 days Jungle walk at Chitwan National Park. Jungle trek in Chitwan. #Tigersafari in Chitwan #besrguidesinchitwan.

Posted by The Chitwan Jungle Guides on Friday, April 28, 2017

Government and non government agencies, schools and wildlife activists organized a slew of events like mass like awareness rallies, painting competition, photography exhibition and literary competition were organized to raise awareness for tiger conservation.

There are an estimated 3890 tigers in wild. Of them, around 2,500 individuals are Bengal Tiger. The Bengal tiger, which can be found countries like India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Myanmar, has more population than other tiger subspecies. Other tiger subspecies include South China, Indochinese, Sumatran and Siberian. Caspian, Bali and Javan Tiger, three other subspecies of tiger, have become extinct.

Tiger at Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Tiger at Chitwan National Park, Nepal.

Posted by Sagar Giri Wildlife Photographer of Nepal on Thursday, June 22, 2017

A host of factors including poaching, human tiger conflict, habitat destruction, habitat fragmentation and decline in number of prey have been blamed for swift decline in population of wildcats.

World Tigers Day(Friday Assembly)

Posted by Piyasi Dey on Friday, July 28, 2017

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