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Tiger Population in India rising

Mumbai : India | Mar 28, 2011 at 3:25 AM PDT
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Its a very Good news for the Animal lovers of the Country that about 12% Tiger Population is being risen in India than the year 2006 according to the recent Tiger Census.Last Tiger Count in the year 2006 was 1411 and this year in 2010,the number of Tigers are 1706 including Sundarban area.If one compares like 2006 Tiger Census,which excludes the Sundarban area counts 1636.

Though the amount of Tigers been decreased in the central part of Andhra Pradesh and Madhya pradesh but the number supposed to be increased in the Naxal areas of Orissa,Jharkhand and Chattisgarh.

The Tiger Census been calculated by fitting Hidden Cameras near the Tiger Populated areas and near Water sides in the Forest areas where those Tigers used to come for drinking.The Sophisticated Computerized data helps for the correct Tiger Count.After the sharp decline in Tiger Population according to the 2006 count,there were several steps taken to increase the number of Tigers and now results are coming Good.

shikhac1945 is based in Agartala, Tripura, India, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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