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INDIA RECORDS LESS THAN 100 TIGER DEATHS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THREE YEARS

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For the first time in the past three years, the number of tiger deaths in a year in the country has been less than 100:  Ministry of Forest Environment and Climate Change (MoEFCC)

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The Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 was amended in 2006 to provide for constituting the National Tiger Conservation Authority. It is  responsible for implementation of the Project Tiger plan to protect endangered tigers. The National Tiger Conservation Authority is set up under the Chairmanship of the Minister for Environment and Forests. The Authority will have eight experts or professionals having qualifications and experience in wildlife conservation and welfare of people including tribal, apart from three Members of Parliament of whom two will be elected by the House of the People and one by the Council of States. The Inspector General of Forests, in charge of project Tiger, will be ex-officio Member Secretary.

Tiger cubs at the Tadoba 
Andhari Reserve near 
Nagpur. • K.R. DEEPAK 
The lost 
• Seizure* • Confirmed 
A new low 125 
big cats . 
Only 95 tiger 
deaths were 
75 
recorded in 
Madhya Pradesh 
2019, lowest 
recorded 31 tiger 
in the last 25 
deaths in 2019 
three years O 
— the highest in 
2017 
2018 
2019 
the country, data 
presumed dead on the basis Of the body parts seized 
from the Ministry 
State-wise split of deaths in 2019 
of Forest, 
Environment and 
Climate Change 
shows. A look 
at the year-wise 
trend, location 
and reason for 
the deaths 
M.P.31 Maharashtra 18 
Uttarakhand 10 
Karnataka 12 
Reasons for deaths in 2019 
Others 24 
Poaching 22 Natural causes 17 Unknown 56



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