World Tiger Day

Today is World Tiger Day. It is on July 29 every year. It is celebrated to tell people that you should save tigers and conserve them. Tigers are the national animal of India and 70% of the world’s tiger population is in India. They were becoming extinct because people were poaching them and because people were cutting down forests, which is their home (habitat).

I created a Save Animals poster and a Facts about Tigers Poster for my school presentation today. There was also an article in the newspaper about tigers today. You can see all these below in the pictures.

I have gone to Ranthambore with my father but I did not see any tigers there. I saw one tiger from very far in Kaziranga National Park. I went there with my friend Neha. I wish to see more tigers in jungle safaris next year. I love tigers and all jungle animals.

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