India has been home to Tigers for an exceptionally long time. It is always a surprise to see this wild animal as it represents the power. The census taken in the February 2008 has stated that only 1411 tigers are left behind in our country. The population has drastically gone down in the past 6 to 7 years. So, it’s our duty to take steps in this day as today is the International tiger day! Moreover as a species that is in the path of endanger, tiger is a pride for our nation as it is our National animal. It also plays an important role in our ecosystem health and it is the indicator for the health of the forest too! So, in short by saving tigers means we can save the earth.