August 18, 2010

Endangered


Bengal Tiger seen in Mysore Zoo

Tiger is the National animal of India, and India has the highest number of wild tigers in the world but not many Tigers are left in the wild now, there are only 1411 tigers left.  Its an ENDANGERED species with a high rish of disappearing from the wild altogether.

A touchy Ad of Save Tiger Campaign (Must See)

46 comments:

  1. Incredible, breathtaking capture, Sam! I almost feel as though I could reach out and touch him! How beautiful he is! The green behind him is the perfect backdrop! Superb! Have a great day!

    Sylvia

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  2. I love that beautiful picture of the tiger. I love pictures of the big cats, as long as they are just pictures.

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  3. Thanks Ann

    @ And Miles to go..
    Thanks

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  4. I wonder how people can be so selfish as to kill of all other species and absorb their habitats, only perhap becasue they don't realize how interconnected and interdependent are all creatures of earth.

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  5. wow, That's an AMAZING shot! I love it!

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  6. It's outrageous that such a noble animal is facing possible EXTINCTION.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  7. I too love cats, big or small. It is a lovely photo.
    Thanks for participating.

    Donna - ABC Wednesday

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  8. They are beautiful creatures-how sad to think they are almost extinct. I think we all need to do more to save these truly gorgeous animals. This was a very good post.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  9. Gorgeous! So sad to think that we are losing so many beautiful creatures :(

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  10. My son loves animals and he loved watching this video. Thanks for sharing. I hope we can save them!

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  11. That is a great shot of a bengal tiger. I love big cats! They are such gorgeous creatures and it is so sad that their numbers are diminishing.

    Thank you for sharing and spreading the word.

    ~ Tracy

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  12. What a magnificent animal and you captured its beauty with the ultimate perfect lighting! This is gorgeous, Sam! And, I am proudly displaying your friendship badge on my sidebar. Thank you so much, dear friend!

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  13. Important!!!!!

    Soon everything in this world is fake.... distroyd by humans... have no words, even the nature, we cant take care of, sad.

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  14. What a beautiful animal - wonderful capture my friend.

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  15. Wonderful photo of the tiger. These big cats are magnificent, we hope they continue to survive.

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  16. Beautiful shot of the tiger. It is sad to hear that these beautiful animals are endangered.

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  17. Great capture. They are truly fascinating creatures and need to be protected.

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  18. Crisp and beautiful catch!
    the best thing is the patch of light on his head.

    keep on clicking!!!

    Bhupesh

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  19. They are the most incredible of all of God's creatures. How could we let this happen to them...wonderful photo!

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  20. This is SO important!!
    You've captured this tiger beautiful.

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  21. Fabulous shot. I feel so sad that these magnificent creatures are dying out...

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  22. Glad to have stumbled across your blog....you really have such talent - thanks for posting the video about tigers- it is year of the tiger indeed, and we've thought about putting that very same link up on our blog - happy to follow - a pleasure to enjoy

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  23. What a beautiful tiger.
    love the photo, she looks so close to you!

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  24. It's a total shame that such a gorgeous animal is now endangered!

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  25. I hope this magnificent species will be saved.

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  26. A beautiful photograph and a very poignant message. What a tragedy it would be if we lost all the tigers in the wild!

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  27. they are beautiful magnificent animals. i hope they get to be saved and are here for the many next generations to come after us.

    www.ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  28. They are a magnificent animal, Anthony. And your photo shows off its power very well. Nice light too ...

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  29. Great photography!
    That was a touching ad indeed. It would be catastrophic if we lose these magnificent creatures.

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  30. Your photos are always wonderful but the plight of the Bengal tiger as well as those beautiful tigers in Russia is so terribly sad.

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  31. Wow! Stunning

    http://reesspace.blogspot.com/2010/08/camera-critters-bird-butt.html

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  32. So amazing & so sad that my grandchildren my only know tigers in zoos.

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  33. Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful.

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  34. lovely shot of a beautiful animal that must not be allowed to become extinct. The video is quite upsetting, hope it helps save some sweet wee cabs,

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  35. A beautiful picture. Let's hope that it's not too late for something to be done about this

    Happy WW!

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  36. Outstanding image... and a poignant message to go with it!

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  37. The zoo question again. Sigh. And yet, I might not like meeting a tiger in the wild because I can't move very fast.
    It is, however, very sad that several species of tigers are already extinct and the remaining ones are on the highly endangered list.
    Kay
    Alberta, Canada

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  38. Isn't he handsome! And how tragic that he and his kind must run for their lives because of blind human stupidity.

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  39. A gorgeous pic of this majestic animal. Great shot!

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