COGNITIVE ANECDOTES

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The great forests of Ranathambor and Sundarbans which once flourished with mighty tigers now run dry,Illegal hunting and poaching has paved way to a remarkable decrease in the number of tigers.
Man is expanding his niches to the dark forests due to lack of room for himself and his family,the incereased proximity between humans and the wild is resulting in unwanted encounters with the tigers.A single taste of human flesh turn many tigers into maneaters,and when they are on prowl,danger lurks,the local residents in the mangrove forests of Sundarbans often face tiger attacks,hence the beast turns as an unforgiving enemy for them.The villagers show no mercy in beating the tigers to death that come too close for comfort.
What we are going to lose is our national animal,the grandeaur and endurance of a tiger is unmatchable and its virtues has continued to inspire people for centuries.Tigers are also a part of our heritage and culture.
There are just over a thousand tigers left in the wild,The fate of Tigers is in our hands,If we can raise our voices against poaching and the injustice they are facing,we can certainly help the future generations appreciate one of the great manifestation of nature.So lets join our hands and work for the cause,SAVE OUR TIGERS!!



1 comments:

You updated....What a surprise....It will rain today...
I usually see the advertisement on TV which says that only 1141 tigers are left in India..So long I had thought that it is beyond my reach to protect them..I always had had a feeling that I could do nothing to protect the tigers..Here you have set an example..Every little bit counts..
Not only tigers but all other forms of wildlife needs protection.The only way out is to conserve forests..I wish you had mentioned this aspect in your post..
Anyway, you have done a great job in devoting space for tigers on your blog..waiting to read more from you...
"The fate of Tigers is in our hands,If we can raise our voices against poaching and the injustice they are facing,we can certainly help the future generations appreciate one of the great manifestation of nature"- nicely said..Keep 'em coming..Happy blogging..

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