International Tiger Day: Signatories to announce progress on declaration to double population of big cat by 2022, take quiz to know more
International Tiger Day is observed on 29 July as a reminder of the agreement to raise awareness about the decline of the global tiger population, which was signed by countries at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia in 2010.
Climate change will affect tiger habitats more dramatically than sea level rise in the Sunderbans.
Sea level rise & climate change are twin threats to Bengal tigers and their last remaining stronghold.
Bengaluru is going through a heat wave and severe water shortage, how best do the animals cope?