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International Tiger Day Being Observed Today, 355 Tigers In Nepal

Tiger Census report of Nepal has been presented today. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba presented the report on the occasion of International Tiger Day.

According to report of Tiger Census, total of number of tiger has reached 355. Tiger census was conducted in Nepal from Mangsir 19 to Falgun 28. Out of 355, 128 tigers are in Chitwan National Park, 125 tigers in Bardiya National Park, 41 in Parsa Wildlife Reserve, 36 in Shuklaphanta and 25 in Banke reserve. Camera Trapping and Occupancy Survey method was used for counting tigers.

International Tiger Day is celebrated every year on July 29. The Day is being celebrated with a commitment “Tiger Conservation for a healthy ecosystem.” The day was first celebrated in 2010 after it was found that 97% of all wild tigers had disappeared in the last century.

After that a resolution was made between countries where tigers are found to double in number of tigers. Nepal have already fulfilled that resolution 4 years ago back in 2018.

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