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Wednesday, 12 July 2017
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Brace up for a startling fact! 

Did you know that earth is on its way towards sixth mass extinction?  We’ve already lost 58% of the vertebrates. Just like how the dinosaurs were wiped out, our world with all its inhabitants too would be completely gone in a few decades. Habitat loss, mass exploitation and degradation are considered to be the few top reasons behind this apocalypse. The first few signs are the extinction of species such as tigers, gorillas, pandas, orangutans, elephants, rhinos, whales etc. So what can we do to stop or rather slow down the annihilation? 

We should preserve, nurture and encourage natural habitats. As responsible world citizens we must avoid and discourage places such as the zoo where animals are raised in captivity.  Ensure you visit endangered species in their own home turf, to show your solidarity towards preserving them.

To kick start your engine, here’s a list of few endangered species and where you can visit them.

Royal Bengal Tiger

Elusive and hard to track, witnessing a royal bengal tiger is a great wildlife experience by itself. Though their numbers have fallen rapidly by 95%, we can still spot them in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. The mixed deciduous forest, thickets of bamboo and expansive grasslands in Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park, India are one of the best spots in the world to see the tiger in all its glory. 

Royal Bengal Tiger

Bornean Orangutan

Adorning the forests of Sumatra and Borneo, these auburn-haired orangutans are critically endangered.  They are infact our closest cousins who share around 97% of our human DNA. Having lost over 55% of them, the best place to visit these endearing, intelligent, and puckish creatures is the Tanjung Puting National Park located in the central west of Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Bornean Orangutan

Giant Panda

One of the world's rarest mammals, the giant panda is an exquisite sight in black and white. Living among misty dense bamboo forests along the rainy mountains of south western China, these shy creatures were classified under the critically endangered category. But now due to the consistent efforts of the patrons and Governments, their population has risen by around 17%. The best place to visit these beautiful creatures is at the Chengdu Giant Panda Base and Dujiangyan Panda Valley in China.

Giant Panda

One Horned Rhino

The largest of the rhinoceros species, the one horned rhino is one the most endangered animals in the world. Constant poaching and habitat loss has contributed to the loss of these solitary creatures. Found across forest, grassland and desert habitats of the Indian subcontinent, the armour-plated rhinos were largely spotted in Nepal, India, Burma and Bangladesh years ago. Then the population suddenly declined close to extinction.  However due to rigorous conservation efforts by the Governments and NGOs, the rhino populations is steadily reviving. The best place to visit these magnificent animals is at the Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park in India.

One Horned Rhino

Explore these exotic endangered species in peace without worrying about carrying cash and getting forex. Just carry a prepaid multicurrency travel card for hassle-free travel.

 

Brace up for a startling fact!

Did you know that earth is on its way towards sixth mass extinction?  We’ve already lost 58% of the vertebrates. Just like how the dinosaurs were wiped out, our world with all its inhabitants too would be completely gone in a few decades. Habitat loss, mass exploitation and degradation are considered to be the few top reasons behind this apocalypse. The first few signs are the extinction of species such as tigers, gorillas, pandas, orangutans, elephants, rhinos, whales etc. So what can we do to stop or rather slow down the annihilation?

We should preserve, nurture and encourage natural habitats. As responsible world citizens we must avoid and discourage places such as the zoo where animals are raised in captivity.  Ensure you visit endangered species in their own home turf, to show your solidarity towards preserving them.

To kick start your engine, here’s a list of few endangered species and where you can visit them.

Royal Bengal Tiger

Elusive and hard to track, witnessing a royal bengal tiger is a great wildlife experience by itself. Though their numbers have fallen rapidly by 95%, we can still spot them in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. The mixed deciduous forest, thickets of bamboo and expansive grasslands in Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park, India are one of the best spots in the world to see the tiger in all its glory.

Bornean Orangutan

Adorning the forests of Sumatra and Borneo, these auburn-haired orangutans are critically endangered.  They are infact our closest cousins who share around 97% of our human DNA. Having lost over 55% of them, the best place to visit these endearing, intelligent, and puckish creatures is the Tanjung Puting National Park located in the central west of Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Giant Panda

One of the world's rarest mammals, the giant panda is an exquisite sight in black and white. Living among misty dense bamboo forests along the rainy mountains of south western China, these shy creatures were classified under the critically endangered category. But now due to the consistent efforts of the patrons and Governments, their population has risen by around 17%. The best place to visit these beautiful creatures is at the Chengdu Giant Panda Base and Dujiangyan Panda Valley in China.

One Horned Rhino

The largest of the rhinoceros species, the one horned rhino is one the most endangered animals in the world. Constant poaching and habitat loss has contributed to the loss of these solitary creatures. Found across forest, grassland and desert habitats of the Indian subcontinent, the armour-plated rhinos were largely spotted in Nepal, India, Burma and Bangladesh years ago. Then the population suddenly declined close to extinction.  However due to rigorous conservation efforts by the Governments and NGOs, the rhino populations is steadily reviving. The best place to visit these magnificent animals is at the Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park in India.

Explore these exotic endangered species in peace without worrying about carrying cash and getting forex. Just carry a prepaid multicurrency travel card for hassle-free travel.

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