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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: yellowmouse824 | Category: Data analysis phd thesis

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  1. author
    organicbear987 18 Jan 2017 03:47

    On the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild, and threats to their continued survival are significant.  World Wildlife Fund has set a goal of doubling the world’s wild tiger population before the next Year of the Tiger in 2022, even though less than 7 percent of the tiger’s original natural habitat remains.

    If most people knew of the tiger’s plight, I’m sure the world would rally together to save these magnificent creatures. Can you help spread the word?

    Tigers are the largest cat species in the world. With their majestic stripes and beautiful eyes, they are also some of the most captivating creatures on the planet. Sadly, poaching and deforestation have caused their population numbers to dwindle to a dangerously low count of roughly 3,200 left in the wild. There are many organizations fighting to save these beautiful creatures. Scroll down to Step 1 to learn how you too can do your part to help save tigers.

    Tourism is the world’s biggest industry. On the ecotour front, the tiger is a star attraction for not just the Indian tourists but also for the people coming from other countries. There are foriegners who come to India only to have a glimpse of the tiger and then there are others who return more than once for another such opportunity.

    The look in the eyes of a canter that has just come out of a National Park after sighting a tiger is very different from the look and feel of a canter that could not sight any. This eventually impacts the tourist influx thus impacting everyone from the tour companies to the local tour guides. A healthy tiger population thus supports livelihoods as well.

    P. t. tigris
    P. t. corbetti
    P. t. jacksoni
    P. t. sumatrae
    P. t. altaica
    P. t. amoyensis
    P. t. virgata
    P. t. balica
    P. t. sondaica
    P. t. acutidens
    P. t. trinilensis
    P. t. soloensis

    Tigers are among the most recognisable and popular of the world's charismatic megafauna. They have featured prominently in ancient mythology and folklore , and continue to be depicted in modern films and literature. They appear on many flags , coats of arms , and as mascots for sporting teams. The tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh , India , Malaysia and South Korea.

  2. author
    User1489301260 17 Jan 2017 22:43

    On the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild, and threats to their continued survival are significant.  World Wildlife Fund has set a goal of doubling the world’s wild tiger population before the next Year of the Tiger in 2022, even though less than 7 percent of the tiger’s original natural habitat remains.

    If most people knew of the tiger’s plight, I’m sure the world would rally together to save these magnificent creatures. Can you help spread the word?

    Tigers are the largest cat species in the world. With their majestic stripes and beautiful eyes, they are also some of the most captivating creatures on the planet. Sadly, poaching and deforestation have caused their population numbers to dwindle to a dangerously low count of roughly 3,200 left in the wild. There are many organizations fighting to save these beautiful creatures. Scroll down to Step 1 to learn how you too can do your part to help save tigers.

  3. author
    yellowmeercat500 18 Jan 2017 03:00

    On the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild, and threats to their continued survival are significant.  World Wildlife Fund has set a goal of doubling the world’s wild tiger population before the next Year of the Tiger in 2022, even though less than 7 percent of the tiger’s original natural habitat remains.

    If most people knew of the tiger’s plight, I’m sure the world would rally together to save these magnificent creatures. Can you help spread the word?

    Tigers are the largest cat species in the world. With their majestic stripes and beautiful eyes, they are also some of the most captivating creatures on the planet. Sadly, poaching and deforestation have caused their population numbers to dwindle to a dangerously low count of roughly 3,200 left in the wild. There are many organizations fighting to save these beautiful creatures. Scroll down to Step 1 to learn how you too can do your part to help save tigers.

    Tourism is the world’s biggest industry. On the ecotour front, the tiger is a star attraction for not just the Indian tourists but also for the people coming from other countries. There are foriegners who come to India only to have a glimpse of the tiger and then there are others who return more than once for another such opportunity.

    The look in the eyes of a canter that has just come out of a National Park after sighting a tiger is very different from the look and feel of a canter that could not sight any. This eventually impacts the tourist influx thus impacting everyone from the tour companies to the local tour guides. A healthy tiger population thus supports livelihoods as well.

    P. t. tigris
    P. t. corbetti
    P. t. jacksoni
    P. t. sumatrae
    P. t. altaica
    P. t. amoyensis
    P. t. virgata
    P. t. balica
    P. t. sondaica
    P. t. acutidens
    P. t. trinilensis
    P. t. soloensis

    Tigers are among the most recognisable and popular of the world''''s charismatic megafauna. They have featured prominently in ancient mythology and folklore , and continue to be depicted in modern films and literature. They appear on many flags , coats of arms , and as mascots for sporting teams. The tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh , India , Malaysia and South Korea.

    This is a place where gorillas, hippos and elephants can be found walking, playing and resting along pristine sandy beaches.

    When you work with WWF to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, you give your child, and all children around the world, a chance to get to discover our earth as we know it today.

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  4. author
    brownrabbit378 18 Jan 2017 06:45

    On the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild, and threats to their continued survival are significant.  World Wildlife Fund has set a goal of doubling the world’s wild tiger population before the next Year of the Tiger in 2022, even though less than 7 percent of the tiger’s original natural habitat remains.

    If most people knew of the tiger’s plight, I’m sure the world would rally together to save these magnificent creatures. Can you help spread the word?

  5. author
    ▲Arya▲ ┌П┐(►_◄) ┌П┐ 18 Jan 2017 01:25

    On the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild, and threats to their continued survival are significant.  World Wildlife Fund has set a goal of doubling the world’s wild tiger population before the next Year of the Tiger in 2022, even though less than 7 percent of the tiger’s original natural habitat remains.

    If most people knew of the tiger’s plight, I’m sure the world would rally together to save these magnificent creatures. Can you help spread the word?

    Tigers are the largest cat species in the world. With their majestic stripes and beautiful eyes, they are also some of the most captivating creatures on the planet. Sadly, poaching and deforestation have caused their population numbers to dwindle to a dangerously low count of roughly 3,200 left in the wild. There are many organizations fighting to save these beautiful creatures. Scroll down to Step 1 to learn how you too can do your part to help save tigers.

    Tourism is the world’s biggest industry. On the ecotour front, the tiger is a star attraction for not just the Indian tourists but also for the people coming from other countries. There are foriegners who come to India only to have a glimpse of the tiger and then there are others who return more than once for another such opportunity.

    The look in the eyes of a canter that has just come out of a National Park after sighting a tiger is very different from the look and feel of a canter that could not sight any. This eventually impacts the tourist influx thus impacting everyone from the tour companies to the local tour guides. A healthy tiger population thus supports livelihoods as well.

  6. author
    User1488708300 18 Jan 2017 05:43

    On the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild, and threats to their continued survival are significant.  World Wildlife Fund has set a goal of doubling the world’s wild tiger population before the next Year of the Tiger in 2022, even though less than 7 percent of the tiger’s original natural habitat remains.

    If most people knew of the tiger’s plight, I’m sure the world would rally together to save these magnificent creatures. Can you help spread the word?

    Tigers are the largest cat species in the world. With their majestic stripes and beautiful eyes, they are also some of the most captivating creatures on the planet. Sadly, poaching and deforestation have caused their population numbers to dwindle to a dangerously low count of roughly 3,200 left in the wild. There are many organizations fighting to save these beautiful creatures. Scroll down to Step 1 to learn how you too can do your part to help save tigers.

    Tourism is the world’s biggest industry. On the ecotour front, the tiger is a star attraction for not just the Indian tourists but also for the people coming from other countries. There are foriegners who come to India only to have a glimpse of the tiger and then there are others who return more than once for another such opportunity.

    The look in the eyes of a canter that has just come out of a National Park after sighting a tiger is very different from the look and feel of a canter that could not sight any. This eventually impacts the tourist influx thus impacting everyone from the tour companies to the local tour guides. A healthy tiger population thus supports livelihoods as well.

    P. t. tigris
    P. t. corbetti
    P. t. jacksoni
    P. t. sumatrae
    P. t. altaica
    P. t. amoyensis
    P. t. virgata
    P. t. balica
    P. t. sondaica
    P. t. acutidens
    P. t. trinilensis
    P. t. soloensis

    Tigers are among the most recognisable and popular of the world''s charismatic megafauna. They have featured prominently in ancient mythology and folklore , and continue to be depicted in modern films and literature. They appear on many flags , coats of arms , and as mascots for sporting teams. The tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh , India , Malaysia and South Korea.

    This is a place where gorillas, hippos and elephants can be found walking, playing and resting along pristine sandy beaches.

    When you work with WWF to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, you give your child, and all children around the world, a chance to get to discover our earth as we know it today.

  7. author
    Yoggi 17 Jan 2017 23:49

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