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An Indian Royal Bengal Tiger rests in the water-pond inside an enclosure at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad on May 11, 2011. The Bengal tiger has been classified an endangered species and is the national animal of India. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
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These beautiful large cats must be protected in their specially created natural wildlife environments by the combined efforts of local organizations and respective country governments so that they are of no threat to villages or to vulnerable food chains.
The tigers are worth the time and finances to prevent them from illegal trade in body parts and from poaching.
Education efforts must be set in place to deter poaching and illegal trade and must begin to reach all age groups for most effect.
Alan Braganza |
05/17/2011 at 07:32 AM
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