Tiger Population Current Affairs, GK & News

Manas National Park- Rise in Tiger Population

The Manas National Park and Tiger Reserve in Assam have witnessed a sharp rise in the population of rhinos and tigers. Overview: The authorities of the national park expect the tiger population will rise to more than 60 from 48 as per the 2021 census. In 2010, the tiger population of the park was recorded ..

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Tiger Deaths in India in 2021

According to National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), in 2021 India reported the death of around 126 tigers. Highlights Recently, a tiger was found dead in Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh, taking toll to 44 in MP in 2021. NTCA is investigating the cause of the recent death of Tiger in Madhya Pradesh. Before that, a tigress died ..

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All India Tiger Estimation Survey 2018 Report Released

The Union Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has come out with the report of the All India Tiger Estimation Survey 2018, on the eve of the Global Tiger Day celebrated on July 29 every year. What does the Report Say? There are a total of 50 tiger reserves in the country though three ..

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GoI maps Tiger Corridors in the country

On December 2, 2019, the Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change provided the details of tiger corridor mapping in Rajya Sabha. The corridors were mapped by the National Tiger Conservation Authority and Wildlife Institute of India. The institutes have mapped 32 corridors in all. Tiger Corridors The Corridors grouped under 4 major categories were ..

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WWF Tx2 programme: Nepal becomes first country to double its tiger population

Nepal become first country in the world to double its tiger population in a decade as part of  World Wildlife Foundation’s (WWF) ‘Tx2’ programme which aims to double number of tigers in the world all over the world by 2022. There are now estimated 235 wild tigers in Nepal in comparison to an estimated 121 ..

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