In the state-wise distribution of tigers, Madhya Pradesh had the highest number of the big cats at 526 followed by Karnataka at 524 and 442 in Uttarakhand
India accounts for 70% of world's tigers, says Prakash Javadekar, releases new status report on wild cats
The report compares information gathered during tiger surveys of 2006, 2010 and 2014 with data from the 2018-19 review to estimate population trends, patch colonisation and extinction rate
Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger census points to an urgent need for peaceful ecosystems where humans, tigers coexist
With 26,838 camera-traps that captured 76,523 tigers in the wild, coverage this census was 275% higher than 2014.
Wildlife Week 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33% in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news
In 1968, a ban was implemented on tiger hunting and it was quickly followed by a ban on the export of skins.
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International Tiger Day 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33 percent in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news
Conserving tigers goes beyond the boundaries of a tiger reserve and the efforts of other stakeholders.
The tiger population in the country has grown from 1,400 in 2014 to 2,977 in 2019, according to the report.
By the year 2070, the entire Bengal tiger population in the Sundarbans is likely to be lost to climate change & sea-level rise.
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.
Bringing tigers back from the brink of extinction to steady growth in population, India now faces new challenges as tiger and human populations are in conflict over limited land.
India can take solace in the fact that it remains the nation with largest tiger population.
India remains the nation with largest tiger population. Take this quiz to test your knowledge about tigers.
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As the world celebrates International Tiger day on Friday, we look at how well India has been faring in managing its tiger population.
With just a day remaining for the world to observe International Tiger Day, forest officials are still trying to trace 'Jai', the seven year old tiger of the Maharashtra's Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary.