Let’s pledge to Save the Roar of Jungle on World Tiger Day today
It’s International Tiger Day today, a Day to promote the protection of tigers and presents an opportunity to raise the awareness to protect the rare specie. Tiger is the largest and the world’s big cats. Ranthambhore National Park is one of the largest national parks in northern India known for its Bengal tigers, and is one of the best places in India to see these animals in their natural jungle habitat. The main aim of this day is to promote a global system for protecting the natural habitats of tigers and to support the tiger conversation issues.
The International Tiger Day was first celebrated on 29th July in the year 2010 and was founded at an international summit that has been called in response to the shocking news that 97% of all wild tigers are disappeared in the last century, and only around 3000 left alive. World Tiger Day 2017 theme aims to bring attention to this fact and try to halt their decline.
Tigers are one of the most beautiful animals on planet earth. They have been evoked in literature, proverbs and plays for their majestic strength and beauty. So let’s do our little bit to protect them. Here are few suggestions that may help-
- Be a responsible tourist. Whenever you visit any wildlife sanctuary, national park or reserve, make sure you do not litter on these spaces. Places like forests, national parks and tiger reserves and other natural habitats are tedious avenues to conduct any kind of cleanliness activity.
- Respect the rules of jungle and the privacy of tigers. Raising awareness and educating people about the existing state of the tigers is extremely important.
- Deforestation is a bad idea for tiger lovers, so try to plant as many trees as possible and take care of the ecosystem.