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Wat is u reaction on decresinmg number of tiger in india

Asked by pratik, 13 Feb '08 11:25 am
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Hypocrite... they let fellow human starve and die and they will worry decreasing tiger no,whale no... typical maneka gandhi syndrome
Answered by thyagarajan mahadevan, 13 Feb '08 11:26 am

 
  
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Tiger trade is banned internationally and by the domestic laws of many countries, including China. By 1993, these prohibitions had stopped an international trade that saw tens of millions of units of tiger products bought and sold annually. This led to a temporary easing of the threat posed by trade, but in 2005, entire populations of tigers began to disappear in India. This was due in large part to a resurgent demand for tiger skins used as clothing and dcor as well as a persistent demand for tiger bone used in traditional Asian health remedies.

Save The Tiger Fund launched the Campaign Against Tiger Trafficking (CATT) in late 2005 to generate an organized response to the organized transnational criminals that were killing the worlds last tigers for profit. With its partners, CATT is building, informing and supporting alliances among civil society, governments and consumer groups to stop tiger trafficking. CATT is the only global partnership initiative focused exclusively on ...more
Answered by suvojit ganguly, 13 Feb '08 11:32 am

 
  
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