World Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29th July. The tiger is a gem of nature and a symbol of pride for the nation. They should be celebrated every day. The tiger is one of the most important animal species on earth. In addition to maintaining ecosystem balance, it plays a vital role in the food chain. Tiger existence is important and International Tiger Day is a significant event for the countries.
There are several reasons why this amazing animal is threatened, such as poaching & illegal trade, habitat loss, climate change, increased tourism activities, and various kinds of diseases. There has been an increase in the risk factor of the destruction of tigers just about the world as a result of these threats. 2010 marked the first world tiger day in response to the decline of the tiger population. Every day should be a celebration of tigers, but one special day must be designated as a special celebration of tigers. Many associations are involved in Tiger saving campaign.
It is celebrated globally to draw the attention of the masses towards this beautiful creature so that everyone can think of their safety and protection. They reside in national parks and can be spotted there. Tiger’s easy spotting is possible in a few national parks in India Tadoba National Park, Corbett National Park, Ranthambore National Park, and many more. At the same time, tiger sighting is always fun and very subjective which is based on luck.
The fact that tigers are free and safe in these national parks is also a result of these parks. Tigers and forests have a deep connection and they are the symbol of a healthy ecosystem. Protecting the tiger means protecting the future of wildlife.