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#InternationalTigerDay
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Being an Ex-tiger conservationist, following were the issues discovered by me on a global context:
1) some species like sumatran tiger, siberian tiger are extinct...wiped out.
2) tiger bones are used for medicines in some countries
3) tiger skin is ++
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#InternationalTigerDay
Used for decorative purposes and as antique pieces.
4) Tiger meat is also used as a delicacy.
5) tiger numbers have dwindled, although there has been a small spike in their numbers recently. This needs to continue for a long time. 95% of tigers ++
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#InternationalTigerDay
Are lost in this century. 😥
Solutions:
1) Boycott tiger products strictly!
2) check tiger laws, if it is a crime then notify the authorities if u find tiger products being smuggled. It is a big issue.
3) check which breed of tigers are in IUCN red++
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Scuba diver seen in the video of "Loretta Fuddy's" fake death video.
She was the lady who released the game @BarackObama
Birth certificate and the died in a plane catch all caught on video.
Editor's miss a clip where a scuba dive is clearly seen.
#QAnon #fuddy #FakeNews
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#qanon posts today bringing up Obama and the mysterious death of Loretta Fuddy
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I previously did a thread about @BarackObama with alot of unknown information that the #FakeNews Media won't tell you.

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That Time CIA Used Tiger Droppings as a Covert Tracking Device

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#InternationalTigerDay
#GlobalTigerDay
There are only approx 3,900 wild tigers left in the world today. However, during the Vietnam War the Indochinese tiger population was healthy & thriving, providing us a creative way to covertly track movement of North Vietnamese & Viet Cong.

#GlobalTigerDay
During the war, the US needed to monitor opposition location & movement.
CIA scientists invented a seismic intruder detection device: 1.usa.gov/1KyESWn
It could be strategically placed to monitor movements up to 300 meters away.
That’s where tigers came in.
#GlobalTigerDay
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