Why is it important to save the tiger?
By conserving and saving tigers the entire wilderness ecosystem is conserved. Hence conserving wilderness is important and crucial to maintain the life support system. So saving tiger amounts to saving the ecosystem which is crucial for man’s own survival. Tigers play a pivotal role in the health of the ecosystem.
How can we save tigers?
- Protect tigers and their habitat.
- Build capacity in range states.
- Reduce human-tiger conflict.
- Conduct scientific research on tigers to help inform conservation strategies.
- Promote tiger-friendly policies.
- Monitor tiger numbers, population trends, and threats to tigers and their habitats.
What would happen if tigers went extinct?
If the tiger goes extinct the population of the deer, wild pig, antelope, and gaur will rise dramatically because the tiger cant control it. this will also cause the co extinction of some other animals that live in that area because there is no food for them to eat and their species will go extinct.
How do tigers affect the ecosystem?
Because tigers serve as apex predators, and the largest carnivore in their ecosystem, they control natural prey populations. This in turn controls primary producers (vegetation) eaten by tiger prey. This connection to the food web is essential, underscoring the importance of tiger conservation.
How does a tiger help the environment?
Tigers are apex predators that sit at the top of the food chain. The tiger keeps its environment healthy by keeping prey population (deer, buffalo, wild boar…) in check, and thereby maintaining the balance between herbivores and the forest’s plant life.
Why are tigers so special?
Why do tigers have stripes? Large predators need to be able to sneak up on their prey, and the tigers distinctive coat acts as camouflage, hiding them as they stalk prey in dense vegetation. No two tigers have the same stripes, enabling individuals to be identified by their unique pattern of stripes.