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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
कोविड-19 से बचने के लिए निर्देशों का पालन करें और बहुत जरूरी होने पर ही घर से बाहर निकलें। दवाई, सफाई, कड़ाई, जीतेंगे कोरोना से लड़ाई। #Unite2FightCorona
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
Forest Cover in the State has increased by 11.63 sq km as compared to the previous assessment reported in ISFR 2017. #ForestCover #Punjab
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
Forest Cover in the State has increased by 273.51 sq km as compared to the previous assessment reported in ISFR 2017. #ForestCover #Odisha
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
Towards #coexistence b/w humans👩🏽‍🌾 & nature Thru #SECUREHimalaya project, #moefcc,#thegef &#UNDP_India are working with local communities🧑🏾‍🤝‍🧑🏻 in high-altitude Himalaya⛰️ on sustainable collection of medicinal herbs🌿 & other imp. forest resources🌰🌱 #WorldNatureConservationDay
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
The population of tigers in India has increased by 33% from 2,226 to 2,967 in 4 years from 2014 to 2018. The increasing number of tiger’s populations is a testimony of the Government’s commitment to wildlife conservation. #GlobalTigerDay
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
HMEFCC Shri Bhupender Yadav along with Shri Ashwini Choubey MoS, @Moefcc released the report ”Status of Leopards, Co-predators and Megaherbivores, 2018”, during #InternationalTigerDay celebration at Indira Paryavaran Bhawan in New Delhi today. The report is a testimony to the fact that conservation of tigers leads to the conservation of entire ecosystem.
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
Do You Know? #India has around 70% of the #tiger population and its source area is about 2.21% of the country’s geographical area, spread out in 51 tiger reserves in 18 states. #InternationalTigerDay
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
The #tiger has become a symbol of wildlife conservation in India. Apart from keeping ecological balance, they also act as the best protector of #forests from pilferage and their presence maintains a healthy stock of animals.#InternationalTigerDay
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
Beautiful yet ferocious, #Tigers are the most colourful creature which arouses public attention, brings life to forests, makes it thrilling and vibrant. Check out the video to know the lesser-known facts about the big cat. #InternationalTigerDay2021 #InternationalTigerDay
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Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GOI
Recorded Forest Area (RFA) in the State is 8,623 sq km of which 234 sq km is Reserved Forest and 8,389 sq km is Unclassed Forests. #ForestCover #Nagaland
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