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The Rise of Tigers

The population of tigers started dropping around the time period of the 1940s when due to the increase in human population and hunting and poaching practices, there was an immense threat to their existence.....

 

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Tourism Save the Tigers

At the beginning of 20th century, India was home to 10,000 Tigers. But the numbers started dropping as humans outnumbered the tigers and improved their survival skills.....

 

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Save the Tigers

Tigers are a crucial part in the ecosystem and unfortunately, also one of the most endangered animals on Earth. They are the main predators and keep their prey who are mainly herbivores in balance with the ecology. .....

 

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Just Tiger Tour Bandhavgarh National Park

Embark with us on the journey as we explore Bandhavgarh National Park, looking for the Royal Bengal Tiger. Bandhavgarh is known to have one of the highest densities of Tigers among all the national parks of India, and is therefore your best bet for a rendezvous with the fabled feline. We also take a..

 

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Bandhavgarh National Park is a wildlife haven in Madhya Pradesh spread over than 100 square km and is home to more than 50 tigers who roam around the national park with ample food to feed on.
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