Cambodia is demanding tigers symbol of courage and valor from India, know why?

Cambodia is demanding tigers symbol of courage and valor from India, know why?

Recently cheetahs were brought to India from Africa, now the Government of India is considering sending some tigers to Cambodia. India had signed an agreement with Cambodia in November. Under this agreement, India has started paying attention to the technology and preparations for sending its tigers to Cambodia. 

Know that Cambodia is included in the list of countries where But tigers are slowly becoming extinct. So the question arises that why India is sending its tigers to a country where these animals are becoming extinct.

How did tigers become extinct in Cambodia?

Tigers need a large habitat to live and roam and hunt. Due to the continuous development in Cambodia, many forests were cut and the habitat started increasing so much that a big threat started looming over the life of tigers. Tigers were forced to live in small habitats, which adversely affected their health, reproductive capacity. 

Precious from whiskers to tail

< p>According to the World Wildlife Fund, every part of the tiger’s body (from mustache to tail) is very valuable. Because of this also, illegal hunting of tigers in the forests increased. Tiger bones and many other parts of the body are used to make health tonics. Tiger skin has been culturally recognized in many Asian countries. 

Tiger bones, eyes, whiskers and teeth are used to treat insomnia and malaria. Is done in.  Tiger’s body parts are also used in the treatment of diseases ranging from meningitis and bad skin. Tiger bone has a special place in Chinese traditional medicine.  

Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, and in Chinatowns in Europe and North America, most Chinese medicine The stores do business of Tiger Wine, Powder, Tiger Balm. Many Asian communities also believe that tiger bone, in powdered form or "tiger wine" Prepared in the form of, which cures body pain and also cures diseases like ulcer, malaria. 

Understand in detail the connection of tiger and medical science

Tiger Bone: It is used in rheumatism and general weakness. Tiger bone is used in medicines used to treat headaches, lower back and burning feet, and dysentery. 

Eyeballs: Its Used to treat epilepsy and malaria.

Tail: Tiger tail is used in medicines used to treat skin diseases.

Bile: Used to treat convulsions in children associated with meningitis. 

Mustache: Treats toothache Used for

Students: Used to treat laziness and pimples.

Dung or faeces: Used to treat boils, hemorrhoids, and to treat alcoholism.

The tiger was last seen in Cambodia in 2007

Cambodia The tiger was last seen on camera trap in the year 2007. In April 2016, Cambodia announced that the tiger "extinct"  are happening. Its announcement meant that tigers are no longer breeding.  

Why are tigers being brought from India?

Keo Omalis, director of Cambodia’s wildlife department, said in the year 2016 that we Two male tigers and five to six female tigers are needed. At the same time, Cambodia’s wildlife experts had emphasized that before importing tigers from any country, we have to get rid of the problems of our forest so that tigers from other countries do not come here and become victims of any problem. We need to be a good host. There are 13  countries in the world which have the maximum number of tigers in comparison to other countries in the world.  

These countries include Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand and Vietnam. However, now tigers are slowly on the verge of extinction from Cambodia. In this connection  In 2010, these countries had met among themselves and decided that the population of tigers would be doubled by 2022. 

India has been able to achieve the target in all these countries. Wala became the only country. Today there are 3,000 tigers in India which is 70 percent of the world’s population. Please tell that this animal has also become extinct from Laos and Vietnam. India had already achieved this target before 2022. 

The Indochinese tiger found in Cambodia is smaller than the Royal Bengal tiger. It is a subspecies of the Royal Bengal Tiger. According to WWF IUCN  (The International Union for Conservation of Nature)  Since 2017, the IUCN has recognized two tiger subspecies, commonly known as the continental tiger and the Sunda Islands tiger.

The IUCN considers animal, fungal and Provides the most detailed reports on the presence of plant species. It was established in 1964. According to IUCN, tigers found in Java and Bali are also gradually becoming extinct. 

According to IUCN, tigers are still being seen in Sumatra Island, known as Sumatran tiger. Is. Whereas tigers are now extinct in Java and Bali. Continental tigers currently include Bengal, Malayan, Indochinese and. At the same time, Caspian tigers have also become extinct from the forest. The South China Tiger is also on the verge of extinction. 

India is the safest country for tigers 

All India Tiger Estimation Report According to the Tiger population in the country has increased from 1,411 in 2006 to 2,967 in 2019. It has been said in this report that India is one of the largest and safest habitats for tigers in the world. 

The name has also come in the Guinness World Record 

The name of the Wildlife Institute of India is recorded in the Guinness World Records. According to this, India is a land of wild animals, especially tigers.  It is the world’s best area for tigers. 

Tiger Reserve has received international recognition

Pilibhit Tiger Reserve in Uttar Pradesh and Assam Manas Tiger Reserve has been awarded Tx 2 international award by UNDP and WWF.

Has India sent its tigers abroad before

Till now India relocates tigers within the country, but has never done so internationally. Before sending the tigers to Cambodia also, the conditions there will be thoroughly investigated. 

ST Yadav, member secretary of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), told The Indian Express that we Will also consider many aspects before taking a decision. We want to be absolutely sure what has been the reason behind the disappearance of the tiger in Cambodia.  Does Cambodia have the infrastructure to meet the needs of our tigers and provide them all kinds of facilities or not. 

What are the preparations for the return of tigers in Cambodia? doing ?  

According to the non-profit Wildlife Alliance working in Cambodia, work is being done on the expansion of forests in Cambodia. In this, special attention is being given to Tatai Wildlife Sanctuary and Phnom Samkos Wildlife Sanctuary. 

According to Wildlife Alliance’s website, more than 2,000 km² of Cambodia’s forests are completely reserved for tigers. Creating a safe. Three tiger hunting base survey centers are also being built. Whose purpose is to stop illegal tiger hunting. If tigers return to Cambodia, then Cambodia’s tourism income will definitely increase  This will also restore the ecological balance. 

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