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Save tigers by class vii

  1. 1. Quality Circle Class VII Participants in Speaking PPT MakersJhanvi khaneja Jaanvi Ahuja Kshitij KumarShruti Rasiwasia Riya Verma Soham AggarwalVidisha Goyal Namrata Gulati SaurabhBhavneet Kaur Sharil ThakurNamita KatariaKshitij KumarDisha Peswani
  2. 2. TeacherCoordinators
  3. 3. IntroductionHabitat of TigersThe Magnificent Indian TigersImportance of TigersDecline of TigersConservation of TigersAssociations to Protect TigersProject TigerWe can Save the Tiger Too
  4. 4. The tiger, one of the most magnificentanimals in the world, is also one of themost endangered. A cat of beauty, strength, and majesty, thetiger is master of all and subject to none --except humans.Of the eight original subspecies oftigers, three have become extinct within thelast 60 years.
  5. 5. Tigers are wild animals and they have to stay in their original habitat that are Jungels Hills Evergreen Forest
  6. 6. • The Indian tiger, also called as the Royal Bengal tiger, is one of the most fascinating animals found in India.• The tiger is the largest living member of the cat family.• The ears of tigers are black on the outside and have a prominent white spot on them.
  7. 7. Prevent Climatic Changes Supports Brings RainLivelihood Protects Symbol of Genetic National Diversity Pride
  8. 8. All living things have a right to live on this Earth but, we, very often become, totally, insensitive to their pain, only because animals can’t speak the language of humans, they don’t have a voice All Animals deserve our kindness and respect.
  9. 9. Indias population of wild tigers, which wildlife expertshave long warned is on the decline, is dramaticallylower than previously believed. India is continuously experiencing deflation in the population of tigers. The initial results of the study, conducted over the past two years by the government-run Wildlife Institute of India, found that the tiger population in some states may be nearly 65 percent less than experts had thought.
  10. 10. • The tiger is an endangered species. Poaching for fur and body parts and destruction of habitat have simultaneously greatly reduced tiger populations in the world.• At the start of the 20th century, it is estimated there were over 100,000 tigers in the world but that the population has dwindled outside of captivity to between 1,500 and 3,500
  11. 11. WWF is one example of the associationsto protect tigers. These type ofassociations prepare the arrangement forsaving tigers and prevent deforestation. Over the last 36 years, WWF hasengaged with variousstakeholders, including localcommunities, the ForestDepartment, other Governmentagencies, trying to find a common wayforward to lend support toconservation of wild tigers.
  12. 12. • To save the falling number of tigers in India, Project Tiger was started in the year 1973.• Though there has been increase in the number of tigers in India but the increase does not commensurate the efforts made in this field.• Some of the important Project Tiger reserves in India are the Corbett National Park, Kanha National Park, Sariska National Park, Sunderbans National Park, etc.
  13. 13. Buy forest-friendly productsBy spreading awareness.Donate for anti poaching.Reduce buying of productscontaining tiger parts.
  14. 14. Time will take the tiger away ;Raising the voice is the only way
  15. 15. Long live theLacking in Implementation tiger.
  16. 16. SAVE OUR TIGERS!!!ONLY FEW LEFT!!!!!!!