International Tiger Day is observed worldwide 29 July. International Tiger Day, which brings attention to the declining numbers of the largest big cats, is observed. In discussions intended to advance a system for preserving and strengthening the tiger's natural habitat, world leaders emphasize the tiger. Asia was home to 100,000 tigers a century ago. Less than 4,000 tigers remain in the wild as of today, according to estimates. To double that amount by 2022 is one of the objectives for the day.
The Bengal Tiger was declared as the National Animal of India in April 1973, with the initiation of Project Tiger, to protect the tigers.
The tiger is known for being the biggest animal on the entire planet. The unique orange and black stripes on a tiger's face and body make them easy to recognize. Seventy percent of the world's tigers are currently found in India. The Union Environment Minister provided this information. Worldwide observance of International Tiger Day aims to increase public awareness of the need for tiger protection.
This year's theme for International Tiger Day 2022 is “India launches Project Tiger to revive the tiger population”. Adopting a tiger might do wonders for the WWF and the work it does.
International tiger day celebrated in Pre-primary Section at Gajera Vidyabhavan Sachin. Pre-primary students were aware about the need ,to protect the natural habitat of tigers and to spread awareness about the conservation of tigers. The students made finger puppets using craft paper as a craft activity . They performed dance , songs and delivered speech .