The 29th of July is celebrated all over the world every year as International Tiger Day. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness about the importance of conservation of tigers among individuals

Tiger populations have declined by approximately 95 percent in the last 150 years, according to the World Wildlife Fund.

If countries take action against illegal hunting, wildlife trade, conflict with humans, and habitat destruction, we can save these species from extinction.

A century has passed since 97 percent of tigers disappeared, and there are now fewer than 3,000 left. As a result, International Tiger Day was initiated in 2010

In order to prevent tigers from going extinct, a number of countries signed an agreement at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia.

Tiger habitats are being protected and expanded on this day in addition to preserving these animals. Numerous international organizations, including WWF, IFAW, and the Smithsonian Institution

According to the WWF, there are 3,900 wild cats in the world today. Tigers make up nearly 70% of the world’s population in India.