Posted on Jul 29, 2019


International Tiger Day is observed on 29 July every year to raise awareness about the conservation of tiger and to promote the protection of natural habitat of tigers.
International Tiger Day is also known as Global Tiger Day.

According to WWF around 3,900 wild tigers are left in the world. Since the beginning of the 20th century, over 95% of the world's tiger population is lost. It is said that across the Asia, the snaring crisis poses a grave threat to wild tigers.

We can't deny the fact that tigers are the largest species of the cat family and also one of the most iconic animals on the planet.

About a century ago, there may have been over 100,000 tigers that roam in the planet.
Get quote
Message sent. We'll get back to you soon.