Aircel and WWF India Save our Tigers campaign collaborate to save the wildlife especially tigers worldwide. Tigers are the largest and the heaviest animal and national animal of India. Here the information is mentioned about – Aircell Save Our Tigers and Www.Saveourtigers.com.
It is so sad to know that the expected number of tigers in India is going decreased. According to the recent survey of India it is noted that a sharp decline in their population to 1,411, it is mainly because of poaching for tiger fur, bones and other tiger products and loss of their natural habitat due to climate changing and human activities like logging, farming and encroachment of forests.
The whole world has around one lakh tigers with India only having 40,000 Tigers in the wild at the start of this century. Boost in population meant that people would struggle for place to live against the wild and therefore, the decrease in the number. Keeping away the reality that for the 'Maharajas', hunting wild animals used to be a sport.