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Tiger Wildlife Elephant Jeep Safari
India boasts of its fair share of Tiger Reserves. Being the National Animal of India, the tiger is considered as a symbol of strength and speed. The country also has two-dozen tiger reserves. The most majestic species of the tiger is The Royal Bengal Tiger. Bandavgarh National Park is amongst the well-known tiger reserves where tourists can spot Royal Bengal Tigers, leopard, cheetals, gaur, sambhar and various other faunal species.
India is home to diverse wildlife supplemented by rich variety of flora and fauna. Wildlife in India can be seen in its several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. These include names like Kanha, Ranthambore, Corbett, Pench and Bandhavgarh. Some popular animals found here are The Royal Bengal Tiger, The Leopard, The Sloth Bear and The Gaur. Watching animals and birds in their natural habitats is a great experience.
The best way to explore the Indian wildlife is to board an open Jeep. Jeep Safari is the convenient way to spot wild animals in their home. This safari enables you to get the inside look of the forest and its topography. Several wildlife destinations to enjoy jeep safari in India include Corbett national park, Kanha national park, Ranthambore national park, Panna national park and Pench national park.

Project Tiger India

With the decline in the tiger count throughout India, hunting of tiger was officially banned in the 1970s. It was actually shocking to discover then that only 1800 species of this ferocious animal were left. This made the concerned authorities look into the matter and take some serious steps to save the tiger. Soon in the year 1972, “Project Tiger” was launched in Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal.

The Project Tiger was established with an aim to provide tigers safe havens so that they are not killed. This project enabled tigers to flourish as a species. At the time of the commencement of the implementation of this project, there were only nine national parks. Gradually a total of 19 national parks came under the Project Tiger. Bandhavgarh, Bandipur, Corbett, Kanha, Panna, Pench, Ranthambhore and Sariska are a few parks that are associated with this project. Project Tiger started in association with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and still receives major funds from this association.

In order to ensure the survival of the tiger, the Government is making every possible effort. Talking of the present, the government is spending approximately US$75 every year so as to keep the animal safe and alive. 

Despite the increase in the number of tigers, it is believed by the experts that there are several shortcomings with this project. Though it was predicted by the experts that the tiger would be an extinct species soon, the animal can still be seen roaming freely in the jungles of India. It is true that tigers are still not observed in thrilling numbers but several efforts are being made to save this animal. Flourishing of the tigers is great news for the whole of the natural treasure.

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