Back in 2010, biologists predicted that the population of tigers living in wildlife would completely disappear from the face of the Earth for one generation of people.
But in 2016, the advocates of animals, having spent the total recalculation of the striped population, gladly report that for the first time in the century, the population of wild tigers began to grow: at the moment there are 3890 individuals against 3200 in 2010 in 2010.
It was possible to achieve this due to agreements with local tribes and communities living side by side with predators. For several years, with the support of local authorities in India, there are 70% of all wild tigers in the world, the relocation of human communities living next to the same forests where Tigers live.
In addition, classes, explaining the importance of the tiger for the wildlife and the responsibility of each person for maintaining the population of this unique view, increasingly began to be held with the population.
Tiger takes an important place in Indian mythology and can be perceived in some branches of Buddhism as a symbol of magnitude, courage and nobility. According to Zoozhechnikov, it helps to convince local residents that with such a majestic beast should live in peace and friendship.
The results of working with the population in India eloquently talk about the need to continue this practice to stabilize the number of tiger on the planet.