Resting Tiger…..calm is a superpower! — Nature And Photography

For decades, the Tiger population was on a sharp decline because of hunting, poaching, climatic conditions, and pollution.According to the studies, it was one of the most endangered species in the world close to extinction.But after years of effort, there is an increase in the Tiger population with proper maintenance of natural habitats.

Resting Tiger…..calm is a superpower! — Nature And Photography

National Parks in India with Endangered and Exotic Species

The world is full of Endangered and Unknown species out of them some species can be spotted in India. The National parks of India provides an opportunity to visitors to see the endangered predators and some unknown species that will rose your goosebumps and makes you shocked. So, come and join us in this virtual […]

National Parks in India with Endangered & Exotic Species — From Traveling 2 fooding

CITES — Wildonline.blog

CITES by Peter Hanscomb CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. Widespread information nowadays about the endangered status of many prominent species, […]

CITES — Wildonline.blog

More Threatened Species’ Protections to be Removed?

Center for Biological Diversity News Release Trump Administration Proposes Ending Most Protections for Nearly 300 Threatened Species Rule Would Eliminate 40-year-old Protective Framework in Major Gift to Polluters WASHINGTON— The U.S. Department of the Interior quietly sent a proposed rule to the White House on Monday that would effectively rescind most protections for nearly 300 […]

via Dept. Of Interior Proposes Ending Protection 300 Threatened Species — Natural History Wanderings