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Tigers In India 329 Tigers Died In India In Last 3 Years

Tigers Death In India: The campaign being run for the...

Tigers Death In India: The campaign being run for the protection of tigers in India does not seem to have much effect. Due to the continuous expansion of deforestation and urbanization, many wild animals have reached the verge of extinction today. In the last three years, 329 tigers died due to natural and unnatural causes in the country. Union Minister of State for Environment Ashwini Choubey presented the figures in the Lok Sabha regarding the number of tigers in the country.

In a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Ashwini Choubey said that 329 tigers died in the last three years. Presenting the data, Ashwini Choubey said that 96 tigers died in India in 2019, 106 in 2020 and 127 in 2021. The Union Minister said that out of these, 68 tigers died due to natural, five due to unnatural reasons and 29 tigers were attacked and killed by poachers. At the same time, 30 tigers died due to brain disorder and the reasons for the death of the remaining 197 tigers are not yet known, its investigation is going on.

125 killed in tiger attack

Ashwini Choubey said that during this period there has been a decrease in the cases of hunting of tigers, where 17 tigers were hunted in 2019. At the same time, it was reduced to four in 2021. He told that during this period 125 people were killed in tiger attacks, in which 61 in Maharashtra and 25 in Uttar Pradesh died in tiger attacks.

307 elephants died in 3 years

Union Minister Ashwini Choubey also presented the data regarding the number of elephants. In which he told that 307 elephants died in the last 3 years, out of which 222 elephants died due to current. He told that during this period 41 elephants died in Odisha, 34 in Tamil Nadu and 33 in Assam. At the same time, 45 elephants died due to the train accident. 29 elephants lost their lives due to poaching, while 11 elephants died due to poison.

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