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    1 : Chartered Inst. Of Tech. Name -Harmish shah EC/10/23 Sub-Language lab Topic - Save Tiger
    2 : Tiger was chosen as the National animal of India due to its grace, strength, agility and enormous power. Tiger is scientifically known as Panthera tigris. It is a member of the Felidae family and the largest of the four ‘big cats’ of the Panthera genus. National Animal of India
    3 : Not only is tiger a beautiful animal but it is also the indicator of the forest's health. Saving the tiger means we save the forest since tiger cannot live in places where trees have vanished and in turn secure food and water for all. If we make sure tigers live, we have to make sure that deer, antelope and all other animals that the tiger eats (its prey base) live
    4 : Tiger is symbol of wilderness and well-being of the ecosystem. By conserving and saving tigers the entire wilderness ecosystem is conserved. In nature, barring human beings and their domesticates, rest of the ecosystem is wild. Hence conserving wilderness is important and crucial to maintain the life support system. So saving tiger amounts to saving the ecosystem which is crucial for man's own survival.  Why should we save Tigers
    5 : Reality of Tigers Only a year ago there were calculated to be 24 tigers in the park, one of India’s 27 tiger reserves. A century ago, India had about 40,000 tigers. By 1988, as a result of extensive hunting and poaching, there were just 4,500 left. Now the true figure is probably 1,000. Panna, located near Khajuraho, is the second reserve in which there are now no tigers. Sariska National Park in Rajasthan lost all its tigers in 2005.
    6 : In the beginning of the 1970s, once tiger hunting had officially been banned in India, a tiger count was done across the entire country. This lead to the shocking discovery that only 1800 specimens of this magnificent animal were left. This jolted the concerned authorities and some serious thought went into devising plans to save the tiger. The result was the launch of "Project Tiger" in 1972 at the Dhikala Forest Rest House in Corbett National Park. What the reson to bring “Project Tiger” in the action
    7 : "Do not cut down the forest with its tigers and do not vanish the tigers from the forest. The tiger perishes without the forest, and the forest perishes without its tigers. Therefore the tiger should stand guard over the forest and the forest should protect all its tigers".   Kailash Sankhala ,Tiger man of India; Founder of Project Tiger, 1973
    8 : The main idea behind the project was to provide safe havens for tigers where they could flourish as a species and hopefully reverse the startling decline in their population. The project initially had 9 parks that were chosen for it's implementation. This number has slowly risen and a total of 19 parks are now attached to the project. The project was begun in association with and still receives its main funding from the “WWF”. s a v e T i g e r
    9 : 1. Bandipur Tiger Reserve (Karnataka) 2. Buxa Tiger Reserve (West Bengal) 3. Corbett Tiger Reserve (Uttaranchal) 4. Dudhwa Tiger Reserve (Uttar Pradesh) 5. Indravati Tiger Reserve (Madhya Pradesh) 6. Kanha Tiger Reserve (Madhya Pradesh) 7. Manas Tiger Reserve (Assam) 8. Melghat Tiger Reserve (Maharashtra) 9. Kalakad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve (Tamil Nadu) 10. Nagarjunasagar Tiger Reserve (Andhra Pradesh) 11. Namdapha Tiger Reserve (Arunachal Pradesh) 12. Palamau Tiger Reserve (Bihar) 13. Pench Tiger Reserve (Madhya Pradesh) 14. Periyar Tiger Reserve (Kerala) 15. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (Rajasthan) 16. Sariska Tiger Reserve (Rajasthan) 17. Simlipal Tiger Reserve (Orissa) 18. Sunderban Tiger Reserve (West Bengal) 19. Valmiki Tiger Reserve (Bihar) Sanctuaries and Reserve Parks
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    11 : Total area of the Tigers Habitat in India (In Sq. Kms.)
    12 : This graph shows that the cases of tigers known to have been killed in last few years
    13 : AIRCEL, India’s 5th largest GSM mobile service provider initiated the campaign towards a social cause in association with WWF-India to help save our tigers. Tiger, the national animal of India, has been on key target of poachers and in 2009 alone India lost 86 tigers. From around 40,000 at the turn of the last century, there are just 1411 tigers left in India.So that Aircel starts this program.
    14 : Thank you

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