From over a 100,000 a century ago, there are only an estimated 1,706 wild tigers left in India today. The workshop aims to teach the students about the majestic, territorial, king of the jungle- the cornerstone of our survival.
Without the tiger there would be no forests and in turn, no water. It is our duty to save our national animal. From distinguishing between pug mark and stripes to what the tiger survives on, from its predatory skills to a tigress’s possessive instincts. What better place to teach than at the entrance of a tiger reserve!