International Tiger Day - July 29
Sat Jul 29th

International Tiger Day

On July 29th, the International Tiger Day raises concerns about the declining numbers of the majority of the big cats' dwindling numbers. During meetings aimed at a mechanism for protecting and improving their natural habitats, global leaders focuses on the tiger.

100,000 tigers roamed Asia 100 years ago. Today, the estimated number brings the tiger population to fewer than 4,000 tigers in the wild. One of the day's goals is to double that number by 2022. It's called the Tx2 Initiative.

Every year, the Tx2 Initiative raises over $350 million to help save tigers. Investigators and rangers who patrol for poachers are paid for the bounty. The fund also pays for the protection of tiger habitat, studies of their populations and movements, and even builds thousands of wildlife trail cameras.

Did you know:

  • Currently, tigers populate 13 countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Indonesia, Indonesia, India, Indonesia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam
  • Tigers are the world's largest cat species and the third-largest carnivore on land; only polar and brown bears are larger. Siberian tigers (the most popular subspecies) weigh up to 660 pounds and weigh up to 660 pounds
  • At top speed, tigers clock nearly 40 mph
  • The name of a large wild cat with large black strips comes from the ancient Persian word "taig," which means fast and sharp
  • The Tigers are always on the move. Their turf can be as large as 386 sq miles or 1000 sq km
  • tigers are carnivores, and they are essential to keep their range in a healthy ecological balance. tigers are similar to other cats, and they are carnivores, so they are a musty species of wildlife. They prey on smaller animals that are herbivores and thus maintain a balance between the plant-eating animals and the vegetation on which they feed
  • In one meal, an adult tiger eats up to 88 pounds of meat
  • A wild tiger's life expectancy is about 10-15 years
  • Unlike most big cats, tigers are a good swimmer. Not only do they swim, but they can also swim great distances to hunt or cross rivers. To remain cool in the day's heat, young tigers often play in water and adults lounge in lakes or lakes
  • Tigers are the only cat species that are completely striped. When shaved, their skin has the same stripe as their fur
  • Although other cats meow, tigers do not meow. roaring, growling, hissing, and moaning are all typical of Tiger vocalizations

How to celebrate #internationaltigerday

Be aware of illicit wildlife trade that includes tiger skins, jewelry made from claws and teeth, tiger whiskers, tiger bone wine, tiger meat, and any medicine that contains tiger derivatives.

Adopt a tiger through organizations such as the World Wildlife Federation.

Campaigns such as National Geo graphic's "Little Kitties for Big Cats" campaign include contributions from campaigns such as National Geo graphic's "Little Kitties for Big Cats" campaign. Follow on Facebook Follow on Facebook Follow on Facebook Follow on Facebook www.

To track the day's discussion on social media, use #doubletigers and #InternationalTigerDay.

The international tiger day's history is the longest in human history

At the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in 2010, the International Tiger Day was established in 2010.