International Tiger Day :
International Tiger Day is hung on July 29 consistently. It was propelled in 2010 after the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit. The Summit was held to bring issues to light about the sharp decrease in the quantity of wild tigers, leaving them near the very edge of annihilation.
Association Ministers and natural life darlings have been tweeting intriguing realities about International Tiger Day. Condition Minister Prakash Javadekar posted a short video on Twitter, discussing how the exceptional achievement was accomplished. “15 months, review of 3,81,400 sq km of woods zone and 5,93,882 man days…,” the video said. “Venture Tiger was propelled in 1973 with only nine tiger holds. Today, India has 50 stores with 2,967 tigers,” Mr Javadekar tweeted.
Not just tigers, there are 30,000 elephants, 3,000 one-horned rhinoceros and more than 500 lions in the different natural life havens of the nation.Over the world there are at present 13 tiger go nations – India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand and Vietnam.