Tiger


 

The tiger is an admirable predatory animal: proud, agile, and fast. That’s undeniable, which is why the tiger definitely deserves its day in the calendar.

On July 29, we celebrate World Tiger Day. This day is to remind us that tigers are disappearing at an alarming rate. Of course, humans are to blame for this by encroaching on tigers’ natural habitats with diggers or by hunting them. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature, “Tiger populations have declined by about 95% since the early 20th century”. Such a rapid disappearance of tigers is the sole responsibility of our species. According to the WWF, between 1940 and 1980, these animals lost their natural habitats en masse

Fortunately, we also have some good news. In India, between 2006 and 2018, the estimated number of tigers in the wild there more than doubled. Therefore, we can say that the tiger story in India is an astounding success story. Additionally, in China and the Russian Far East, the tiger population is growing and spreading to new areas, which also gives us hope, for the better.

In the tattoo world, it is extremely common to see a tiger design tattooed on the human body. For a long time, such tattoo has a great interest. It can be tattooed in different styles and both men and women are interested in it. If you too would like to have a tiger tattooed on your body then see what proposals we have prepared for you!

 

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