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Thursday, June 8, 2017

City youngsters fight for the big cat’s survival

City youngsters fight for the big cat’s survival

What can be more ironical than the fact that eight tigers have died around the Tiger Capital of India in the last five months. Two of them lost their lives thanks to unscrupulous poachers and rest of them died due to illness, dehydration or territorial fights. Authorities have promised to take action, but city youngsters are not ready to wait and watch, sitting at the sidelines and allow more precious animals to die. All ready to be the change, they are questioning the authorities and helping some of the diehard conservationists to save the magnificent tigers of Vidarbha.

On their part, the wildlife authorities have promised to take tiger deaths seriously. They have also initiated certain steps to minimise any damage to the wildlife. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (head of forest force) Shree Bhagwanshares, "We have increased the patrolling in sensitive areas around the forests to nab the poachers. During the monsoons, the number of forest guards will be increased even more. To ensure that tigers don't die due to dehydration, we are creating a lot of water bodies. The work on these will begin soon after the monsoons. Also, the soil that is dug out from the ground in this process, will be used for expansion of forestation. We will put lakhs of trees around Nagpur jungles and entire Maharashtra, so that we can protect the wildlife better."

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