Tigers – The largest of cats and the third largest carnivore on land
The largest of cats that walk our planet and are the third largest carnivore on land.
Did you know that every tiger has a unique stripe pattern. No two tigers share the same stripe pattern just like our fingerprint.
So why do we see such intense efforts to save the Tiger? Is it because they are more important than the other animals in the forest? Is it because the Tiger is our national animal? Or is it simply because they are more famous and draw easy attention?
Tigers sure do take away a fair share of all conservation efforts in comparison to any other species that needs equally or maybe even more urgent protection too but it is justified by experts.
Tigers are a key species & are integral to the health of the ecosystem in which they live. As apex predators, they keep prey species under control. This protects the vegetation which in turn maintains the integrity of streams, forests and croplands that provide people around the world with clean air, water, food and financial benefits.
When we protect tigers, we protect ourselves.
Nevertheless, the beauty of forests lies in more than just Tigers. Every being that dwells in there is worth protecting & deserves a chance for survival. A forest sure isn’t complete without a Tiger but it can’t be called a forest with just a Tiger in it.
Every being has a reason for existence, has a role to play and invariably play their part which is crucial in keeping balance – Sanket Reddy
The best way to plan is to find all nearby wildlife spots, look where sightings are happening and then choose the right one.
Just download “WildTrails Recent Sightings” app on Android & iOS and just at the tip of your fingers, all the info are ready there in no time. Find all nearby or popular ones, find out the sightings info also over there and then connect with right resort or the package which are listed in the App and you are done.