People across the world are doing their best to raise awareness regarding the decreasing number of tigers. Drawing competitions are been held in schools, collages and malls to support this cause of saving tigers.
IT IS very sad and alarming to look at the figures that only 1411 tigers are left in our country. After the government gave the figures, people all over the country are doing all what they can to raise awareness. In fact, most of the tigers die in the rural areas near the national wildlife. Does this mean that our forest department is not able to take care of them well? Our needs for skin, fur and medical science have outnumbered the tiger’s population. Poachers are still able to fulfill their needs by killing these tigers and other animals too.
How far we can believe the authenticity of the number of tigers left given by Indian government remains a big question. May be the tigers are lesser in number or one or two figures more. We almost hear news daily about the death caused by humans on national television. Due to the deforestation tigers are moving into villages or near by areas for shelter and food. Out of fear of being killed by the tigers, villagers kill them for self protection. And by the time forest people reach to villagers’ rescue tigers get killed. Most of the tigers are getting killed out of starvation.
People across the world are doing their best to raise awareness regarding the decreasing number of tigers. Drawing competitions are been held in schools, collages and malls to support this cause of saving tigers. Many organisations are spreading message of planting trees. Marathons, rallies and what not is being done to support this noble and royal cause. Television channels are running shows for supporting save tiger cause and big companies are asking people to tweet, blog and take the smallest step to support.
The need of the hour is not to show your concern only when it is needed the most but to show your concern always to support ‘save the tiger’ mission. If we show our responsibility towards them through out the time then may be we would certainly see arise in this figure. It is not only to show but the time to act in reality. To say that we are supporting this cause or to organise a drawing competition is not worth. We need to understand the need of the hour. Remember actions always speak louder than words. We have treated them like our necessity but now we have to treat them like our need, an important chain in our nature cycle or food chain. We all are connected to each other, if one of us goes missing its going to disturb the entire nature cycle. Tigers are on the top of the food chain and are usually larger so they need much space than all other animals.
If we will conserve such species of wildlife it will protect the habitat of all other animals, which will help us safeguard the important ecological chain like nutrient cycle and water. Hence, tigers act like guardian of other animals and creatures. Let us all wake up with this alarm call to save one of our five big animals in Asia. If we all join our hands we will be able to save our tigers and support this noble cause. Come join hands and protect our planet. Let us make this planet a best place to live. Save tigers save wildlife.