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    Increase in density of Tiger at Kaziranga

    It's a good news that was announced yesterday that the density of Tiger population has increased from 32 to 36 per 100 square kilometer at Kaziranga National Park. This was announced by Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain. Though we are facing near extinction of Tigers in India, it's good to hear that the density has increased here unlike in Jim Corbett National Park where the density of Tiger population has decreased to 20.

    Please save Tigers. Save Nature, Save yourself.
  • #396
    Hi Swagat,
    Wow, its a great news - though the increment is so less; still its an increment of Tigers in Kaziranga Forest. What do you think? What should be done to Save Tigers in Assam? What are the Steps for protecting Tigers in Assam - needs to be taken by the Assam Government?

    With Best Regards,
    Ms. Tania Gogoi

  • #405
    First, we should create awareness among people which can also be done through sites like ISC and AssamSpider. I think the Government can increase the security level and enforce more personnel at the forests and safeguard the areas in and around Kaziranga, so that poaching and the poachers can be restricted. Also, these personnels should dedicate themselves towards the stopping of the poachers and not get involved or take bribe from them. There should be special section and trained individuals who can take care of the Tigers in Kaziranga and in the Zoos. These are only some suggestions and if they are properly implemented, then we can surely save our Tigers.
    Swagat Swargari

  • #421
    Thanks Swagat for informing this good news and I love tigers very much we have protect them as our childrens will never see them in real if they will disappear from this earth. Save Tigers....
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    Thanks & Regards
    CEO Siaar Group

  • #432
    Hello Swagat Swargari,

    Thanks for the information buddy, yes it is very much important to save life of tigers. If Tiger population has increased from 32 to 36 per 100 square kilometer at Kaziranga National Park then it is best news for their species. Hope for the best.

    With Regards
    RKD
    Proud to be a AssamSpider Member

    Mail Me: rkdnet@gmail.com


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