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India lost 329 tigers in three years, 29 of which had been killed by poachers.

Safalta Expert Published by: Aryan Rana Updated Thu, 28 Jul 2022 11:57 PM IST

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The report claims that 329 tigers in India have died in the last three years. 307 elephants perished during this time due to train accidents, poisoning, electrocution, and poaching. 96 tigers died in 2019, 106 in 2020, and 127 in 2021, according to government data.

A government report claims that due to hunting, natural calamities, and other circumstances, 329 tigers in India have died in the last three years. Up to 307 elephants perished during this time due to train accidents, poisoning, electrocution, and poaching. According to data released by Union Minister of State for Environment Ashwini Kumar Choubey, 96 tigers died in 2019, 106 in 2020, and 127 in 2021. If you are preparing for competitive exams and looking for expert guidance, you can download our General Knowledge Free Ebook Download Now.

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THE KEY POINTS

  • There were 68 tiger deaths as a result of natural causes, five as a result of unnatural causes, 29 as a result of poaching, and 30 as a result of "seizure."
  • Investigations are being conducted into a total of 197 tiger deaths.
  • According to the data, poaching incidents reduced over time, from 17 in 2019 to 4 in 2021.
  • According to the statistics provided by the Minister, 125 people have perished in "tiger attacks" throughout this period, including 61 in Maharashtra and 25 in Uttar Pradesh.

Concerning Government Report

  • In the past three years, electrocution has claimed the lives of 222 elephants. There were 41, 34, and 33 of these deaths reported in Odisha, Tamil Nadu, and Assam, respectively.
  • 45 elephants have lost their lives in train accidents. These fatalities occurred in Odisha and West Bengal, respectively, with 12 and 11.
  • The statistics showed that 29 elephants died as a result of poaching, including 12 in Meghalaya and seven in Odisha, while 11 elephants died from poisoning over the time period, nine of which occurred in Assam.
 

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