Nature lovers participate in ‘Save Tiger Campaign’ in Alwar

Nature lovers participate in ‘Save Tiger Campaign’ in Alwar

Monday, March 29, 2010,7:08

Alwar (Rajasthan), Mar 29 (ANI): Nature lovers from different professional backgrounds participated in a run organized for the ‘Save Tiger Campaign’ in Rajasthan’s Alwar District.

Many senior administrative officials and politicians including local lawmaker Bhaway Jitendra Singh also took part in the event.

“We received a warm support from every resident of Alwar district. People of all age groups have participated in the event. We are planning to go to the villages adjoining Sariska region and spread awareness about our campaign. We will tell them that the future generations must witness the tigers which we are witnessing today and we don’t want that the tigers will be extinct from our planet like dinosaurs,” said Poonam Bedi, one of the organisers.

India is a key player in efforts to boost the global tiger population, which numbers just a few thousand.

Poaching and a loss of habitat have caused the tiger population to plunge from around 40,000 at the turn of the 20th century in India to a little over 1400 in 2010.

The trade in tiger skin and bones is booming in countries such as China, which has banned the use of tiger parts in medicine. But everything, from fur to whiskers to eyeballs and bones, are still sed for health purposes. (ANI)

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