Promise to save tigers on International Tiger Day

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Primary school children celebrate International Tiger Day in Chhutmalpur. attentive
– Photo: SAHARANPUR

Chhutmalpur (Saharanpur). During the online class at Chhutmalpur Number Two and Mohalla Pathshala Primary School, teacher Anjali Arya informed the children about International Tiger Day.
I have been told that the main purpose of the celebrations is to protect tigers. Tiger is the national animal of India. It is considered a symbol of strength, alertness, intelligence and patience. Tigers have been kept in the endangered species, but it’s a relief that tigers are increasing in numbers through campaigns like Save Tiger. Said that in 2010 at this summit in Russia it was announced to celebrate International Day. Since then, all countries have set a goal of doubling the number of tigers by 2022. He told the children that it is very important to protect the tiger.
There are a total of 2967 tigers in 20 states in the country. 1492 of them live in tigers in Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Uttarakhand. That is, more than 50 percent of the country’s total tiger population lives in just three states. Children like Sanaya, Shaan, Falak, Navya, Altmas, Alisha, Zainab, Riza, Asad etc. gave the message of Save Tiger by becoming tigers. conversation

Chhutmalpur (Saharanpur). During the online class at Chhutmalpur Number Two and Mohalla Pathshala Primary School, teacher Anjali Arya informed the children about International Tiger Day.

I have been told that the main purpose of the celebrations is to protect tigers. Tiger is the national animal of India. It is considered a symbol of strength, alertness, intelligence and patience. Tigers have been kept in the endangered species, but it’s a relief that tigers are increasing in numbers through campaigns like Save Tiger. Said that in 2010 at this summit in Russia it was announced to celebrate International Day. Since then, all countries have set a goal of doubling the number of tigers by 2022. He told the children that it is very important to protect the tiger.

There are a total of 2967 tigers in 20 states in the country. 1492 of them live in tigers in Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Uttarakhand. That is, more than 50 percent of the country’s total tiger population lives in just three states. Children like Sanaya, Shaan, Falak, Navya, Altmas, Alisha, Zainab, Riza, Asad etc. gave the message of Save Tiger by becoming tigers. conversation

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