On this International Tiger Day, let’s take a pledge to conserve wildlife and protect our national animal. The aim of the day is to help promote a worldwide system whereby we are dedicated to protecting tigers and their natural habitats.
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#InternationalTigerDay being observed today. Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar salutes front line forest personnel whose efforts he said have taken the tiger on the assured path of recovery in the country. #IndiasTigerSuccess pic.twitter.com/wVvLqBz0Rz— All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) July 29, 2020
With 70 percent of the world’s tiger population, India roars the loudest🐯— NITI Aayog (@NITIAayog) July 29, 2020
🇮🇳 has taken proactive & successful steps in protecting its national animal. It’s of extreme importance to preserve our biodiversity & ensure we coexist. #InternationalTigerDay #IndiasTigerSuccess pic.twitter.com/5gNfzvtbJl
happy #InternationalTigerDay!— freyr (@sunfloweraidil) July 29, 2020
a healthy malayan tiger can have the strength of 30 men. they are the apex predators of our jungle, hunting animals like sambar deers. a tiger’s stripes is as unique as our fingerprints. sadly, their wild population have dropped to less than 200. 🐅 pic.twitter.com/o3DsavYo3O