International Tiger Day 2022-Date, Aim, Quotes { Latest } and More

International Tiger Day also called World Tiger day and celebrated every year on 29 July. Tiger Day in Created in 2010 and the main aim of this day is to protect the tigers and educate the people about them. 

In a few years, the Tigers population is going to down and we need to save them because they are very important parts of our nature. 

International Tiger Day Quotes

Warm wishes on International Tiger Day to you. Without tigers, our food chain will never be the same, our lives will never be the same.


Let us keep the tigers in jungles & not in history, save tigers.


Tigers are one of the most beautiful animals on planet earth. They have been evoked in literature, proverbs, and plays for their majestic strength and beauty.


Let us take inspiration from the strong and fearless tigers and let us make a promise to save them on International Tiger Day.


International Tiger Day is a reminder that we must work together to save this heroic animal, to have him live happily in his natural habitat.


Tiger is a Symbol of Beauty, Bravery, Strength, and Nationality So Save the Tiger, Save the Nation Pride.


Save the Tigers before they are silenced forever.


A Healthy Tiger Population Is An Indicator Of Sustainable Development In The Tiger Range Countries. 


With Just Tigers Left On Earth, It Is High Time That We Act To Protect Them And Save Them From Getting Extinct. Happy International Tiger Day.


Don’t Strip The Stripes From The Scenery. Save The Tiger. Happy International Tiger Day.


The World Will Not Be The Same If Tigers Are Not There To Thrill Us And Balance Us.


Tigers Are A Wonderful Creation Of Mother Nature And We Must Join Hands To Protect Them.


Adventure And Strength, Fearless Attitude, And Thrill Are What Tigers Will Always Be Admired For. Let Us Join Hands And Save Them Together.


To Save The Jungle, We Have To Save The Tiger.


When A Man Wants To Murder A Tiger He Calls It Sport When A Tiger Wants To Murder Him He Calls It Ferocity.