Recently our government has released ‘All India Tiger Estimation Result’ 2019 with the census of tigers till 2018. According to the survey India has the largest number of Tigers in the world with the number reaching almost to 3000.
Second country is Russia with tiger number only at 433, followed by Indonesia with 371. Though we proudly present the tiger count we still cannot ignore that fact that tigers are being forced to enter human habitant areas because their own land is shrinking. This leading to human - tiger conflict resulting in loss of either of the two’s life.
Policies and infrastructure should me made in such a way that their wild habitat is not disturbed. This further in it’s own way can increase the number of these beautiful creation.
With the right way to implement policies we can further avoid tragic loss of tiger lives in road mishaps, human - tiger encounters or even due to other accidents.