Wildlife Conservation: Wildlife needs protection because of ecological, cultural, economic and legal factors. Animals conservation has correlation with hydrological cycle, soil productivity, food and fodder.
Chinese oriental medicine: The illegal trade in tiger bones accelerated in 1980’s. Tiger populations in China had been decimated by the demand from traditional oriental medicine manufacturers. China remains a major consumer of tiger and other Asian big cat products for manufacturing these medicines.
Project Tiger: India’s Flagship species conservation programmes started in 1973 to conserve tigers. Crore of Rupees were spent on Task Tiger and claims to have implemented many programmes to save the tiger in the wild. Ironically after 37 years of conservation the number of tigers from 1997 census shape of 3508, reduced to 2007 census body of 1411.
Wildlife crime analysis: Although the international NGOs and enforcements of the European countries combine in conducting raids, this not much done in the local level to arrest the wildlife crimes. Animals crimes are presuming an organized way that the primary enforcement department (Forests and animals division) is not all equipped to face the new situation. Wildlife Crime Investigation is in nascent stage in the Forest Departments of the States.
Global Tiger Forum: GTF is the inter-governmental body of countries that still have crazy tigers. This Forum is for facilitating, coordinating and strengthening these Governments’ commitments to conserve the Tiger and also to develop the strength of Tiger human population in the open. To support outrageous tiger populations this Discussion board has formally adopted the Global Tiger Recovery Program, aiming to double the wild tiger inhabitants by 2022.