US has embraced Indiaâ€™s problem as their own and has always helped India with all of their efforts. Now, they have given their helping hands towards India by doing a great gesture of helping Bangladeshâ€™s National animal, â€œRoyal Bengal Tigerâ€. Reportedly, US has offered their helping hands to speed up the country’s efforts to track and protect Bengal Tigers, as the two countries has been in a collaborative gesture of saving wildlife animals and stop animal trafficking.
Mainly, Tigers live in Asia. Larger subspecies, such as the Siberian tiger, tend to live in northern, colder areas, such as eastern Russia and northeastern China. Smaller subspecies live in southern, warmer countries, such as India,Â Bangladesh,Â Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia. The BengalÂ tigerÂ (also known as the Royal Bengal tiger) is a subspecies ofÂ tiger, found across the IndianÂ subcontinent. The BengalÂ tigerÂ is the nationalÂ animalÂ of Bangladesh and is considered to be the second largestÂ tigerÂ in the world. But being the second largest animal doesnâ€™t only brings fame, it gives some life-danger situation that they have to go through alone. But not anymore.
US & India, both countries have finalized the text of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for this great work. The details of the finalized agreement has affected the joint statement issued after the India US Strategic and Commercial Dialogue (Tuesday). The United States has been impressed by Indian Governmentâ€™s great gesture of saving Bengal Tigers in their natural habitats.
The two Countries has been reportedly agreed to fight against the threats which causes the Tigerâ€™s population reduction and the potential harms that affects their natural habitat. Reportedly under the patronage of the MoU, the US will support Project Tiger and work with India to spread out technology to track and protect the country’s residual tigers.
According to the State Department, the MoU is going to make efforts to save the habitats that are in critical condition. HRD (Human Resources Development) in scientific information management in support of conservation programs, is going to build public awareness and will stabilize and increase populations of threatened and endangered species, in this case, Indiaâ€™s Tiger.
The step also includes, efforts to emphasize upon law enforcement capacity, and resist illegal harvesting and associated trade in wildlife species, compatible with national laws and regulations.
Reportedly, The agreement hunts for cooperation regionally (and globally), to enhance the mutual objective of fighting the illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products through enhancing dialogue and sharing of best cultivations, capacity building efforts, and strengthening cooperation.
By keeping in mind about the environment and the ecosystem they live in, also by keeping in mind the illegal activities roaming with the wildlife trafficking, both the countries appreciated the MoU and are on their joint venture to save Wildlife for the sake of environment and Human Future.