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SAVE TIGERS

The tiger is an animal that wants no introduction.  The white underside is iconic just like its apex predatory status and majestic black stripes on brown fur. Hence, our country officially designated the Royal Bengal tiger as the national animal.

Tigers want an extremely large habitat to raise their young and hunt prey. Moreover, tigers are solitary animals, which signify they generally live alone. Tiger cubs normally stay with their mother for about two years before wandering out to set up territories of their own. Tigers used to be more extensive before humans started to encroach their habitat. In fact, the current habitat of tigers is harshly diminished, with an estimated 90% lost in the last few years. As a result, the tiger is now recorded as an endangered species by the IUCN Red List. For perspective, at the start of the 20th century, an estimated 100,000 tigers had survived in the wild. Today, that figure is less than 4,000. If humans continue with their destructive plans and strategy, tigers may become extinct.

The tiger is a distinctive excellence animal known around the world. It is necessary to save tigers and ensure that they are able to continue and safely breed their population. We can save this iconic animal by not encroaching its habitat. We must build a natural conversation zone for tigers if feasible. We can also make a positive influence by making sure that poachers do not hunt tigers by implementing watch lists and stringent policies.

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