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Planète Tigre is committed to implementing all possible means so that the Siberian, Sumatran and the Bengal tiger (Royal Tiger) – survive.
It was essential to begin, as the planet is vast and the tiger roams. India given us this opportunity us and it is there that the Bengal lives or rather survives.
Planète Tiger is the beginning of a long-term project, with the co-operation of those who know the terrain and who can consequently put a lot into the project every day.
Our credibility consists of the structured development on site.
Practical help for keepers: clothes and shoes adapted for their job, appropriate vehicles to get around, construction of fencing, maintenance and surveillance of existing parks in order to keep poachers away.
To this end our association has inaugurated its actions which we sincerely hope, will generate a following for other endangered species on other continents. The Bengal tiger, a sub-species the most common that lives in India, is threatened by extinction, on one hand due to the contraction of its natural habitat or rather the lack of and on the other hand, the over population of the country.
To protect the tigers we are encourage the creation of protected areas in order that they survive in the wild. This amounts to highlighting that there is a mutual dependence between the flora and the fauna which at this moment in time is of paramount importance. Letting the animals live makes us aware about Man and his environment. This is not compassion, more the conservation of the natural balance vital to the harmony which a number of NGO state do.
To safeguard the Bengal tiger, is in one way the creation of new parks across the world, and also and above all the establishment of safe migration corridors in partnership with the Indian authorities.
It is these buffer zones – protected, enclosed areas adjacent to existing reserves that will emerge, thus maintaining the reserves, and protecting the Bengal tiger which is currently living outside of these existing areas, a victim of intensive poaching.