International Tiger Day : 7 Places Where You Can Gaze The Big Cat

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Since 2010, International Tiger’s Day is observed around the world to celebrate and protect these creatures. The date, July 29th was penciled in after St Petersberg Tiger summit with animal welfare organizations coming together to pledge their support. As per the National Tiger Conservation Authority, the tiger population is estimated at 1,706, in 2011. On International Tiger’s Day we share with you places where you can spot the big cat.

1. Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park situated in Madhya Pradesh has the most astounding thickness of tigers in the locale. The recreation center is known for its white tigers. Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa in 1951, caught the primary tiger found in the wild there. The natural surroundings additionally secures creatures like Indian buffalo, sambars, langurs and cheetahs.