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According to National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), in 2021 India reported the death of around 126 tigers.
Status of Tiger
The tiger is globally listed as “endangered” on the International Union for the conversion of Nature (IUCN) Red List. As of 2015, global wild tiger population was estimated between 3,062 and 3,948 mature individuals. Most of the population are living in small isolated pockets. Presently, India hosts the largest population of tiger.
Reasons for declining population
Major reasons for declining population include- habitat destruction, poaching and habitat fragmentation. They are also victims of human–wildlife conflict.
The Royal Bengal Tiger
The Bengal Tiger is a tiger from specific population of Panthera tigris tigris subspecies. They are native to the Indian subcontinent. Tiger population in India was estimated at 2,603–3,346 individuals, as of 2018. Around 300–500 tigers are there in Bangladesh, 220–274 in Nepal while 103 tigers in Bhutan.
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