World Wildlife Fund(WWF)’s claims, nearly 95 percent of the tigers have been wiped out from the world since the 20th century.
Former forest officer and president of the ‘Aranya’ institution, Narendra Singh, has said that according to the WWF report, nearly 95 percent of the tigers have been wiped out of the earth since the beginning of the 20th century, which is a catastrophic situation for the whole of Asia.
We cannot deny the situation that the tiger is the largest species of the cat family and is also the most beautiful on the planet.
But it is true that till about a century ago, a million tigers used to move in the forests of India. It was proof that our forests were full of biodiversity.
It is being said that 13 countries of the world have set a target of doubling the tiger population by 2022.