If you are looking for tiger art images you may try to take a look at my save tiger poster art.
My first real notice towards to a Bengal Tiger occurred in the late 60’s when I saw Disney’s Mowgli, with the character, Shere Khan, the dangerous bengal tiger. The impact of the tigers animation changed the way I looked at felines.
A tiger canvas painting would eventually be a natural thing for me, but, after years of drawing human figures, it took me a some time to start trying to formally learn how to draw cats.
Bengal is the general spot associated with the that type of tiger.
Most environmentalists concur that the Bengal feline, an important animal in India and Bangladesh, is the tiger sub-species with more inhabitants on earth.
However, less than 2,500 specimens, with a downgrading tendency, is the whole roughly accounted species demographic nowadays.
The secret to that feline’s endurance against endangerment, up until now, has been a strong program for reservation and wildlife protection in the areas.
The areas destined to supposedly cradle the Bengal tiger’s populations are not large enough to support an effective population recovery and keeping of 250 adults groups.
Even though environment management is very important, wildlife conservation and habitat protection are not the only solutions.
The demand of tiger parts for Chinese medicine is an inadmissible threat that keeps the species endangered as long as mercenary hunters still see them as a good chance for profits. Fighting that problem in both fronts is imperative.
Market and politics in the tiger’s countries of origin are also obstacles to the best support of their conservation.
Since 2010, it the Bengal Tiger has been classified as an endangered species by authorities.
I have so many themes and ideas on my “art print” list, it took a bit for another “save tiger poster art” get near the top, but it’s coming.
Another destiny for you could be one of the links below.