• August 17, 2022

India has 90% of the world’s tigers

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New Delhi: There are currently 2967 tigers in India. It accounts for 70% of the world’s tiger population. This is according to the 2018 Tiger Census Report. The report was unveiled by Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar and Environment Minister Babul Supriyo on Tuesday. As the International Tiger Day falls on Wednesday, the central government has released the 2018 Tiger Census Report.
In 2014, there were 226 tigers in the country, while the number of tigers has increased by 741 in four years. In 2018, there were 2967 tigers in the country, according to the report. Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of 526 tigers, followed by Karnataka with 524, Uttarakhand with 442, Maharashtra with 312, Tamil Nadu with 264, Kerala with 190, Uttar Pradesh with 173, West Bengal with 88, Rajasthan with 69, Andhra Pradesh with 4, Andhra Pradesh with 48, Bihar 31, Arunachal pradesh 29, Odisha 28, Telengana 26, Chhatishgarh 19. Said to be.

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