Tiger poaching in India is out of control with more tigers killed in the first 4 months of 2016 than all off 2015
Tiger poaching in India is totally out of control, with more animals killed by poachers during the first four months of this year than during the whole of 2015. If urgent measures are not taken soon, it will not be long before tigers in India become extinct in the wild, says a conservation charity. All the recent progress would have been for nothing. The Wildlife Protection Society of India reported on Friday that twenty-eight tigers were killed by poachers between 1st January and 26th April this year, which is three more than during all the 12 months of last year. Read more about these tragic statistics by following the link below to an article in Market Business News.