Tiger Kingdom Thailand Survived tiger attack

Eddie Merino visited the Tiger kingdom in Chiang Mai and had a blast with these beautiful tigers. This was an unforgettable experience, I cannot put into words what it feels like to be inside of a cage with Tigers roaming around freely. The Tigers well well kept and well trained by the employees and I would definitely go back again.  Visit : http://www.tigerkingdom.com/ for a virtual tour.

The Tiger Kingdom is another great combination of tourism with wildlife preservation. The proceeds from tourist visits to the Tiger Kingdom are mainly directed to investments in captive breeding of tigers.

The tiger population in Thailand has been decreasing every year. It’s estimated that only around 120 tigers still inhabit the wild. The projections are more catastrophic. Specialists argue that it’s just a matter of time before tigers are completely extinguished from the wild. As human population grows, areas in which tigers can live freely diminish. Tiger-human contact becomes inevitable and, as a treat to, for example, pastoral communities, tigers are commonly hunted down and killed. They aims to increase the tiger population through captive breeding. These tigers, however, are not prepared to inhabit the wild and therefore, are faded to remain in captive from birth to death, which, given the current situation, it’s understood to be better than no tigers at all.

Since the tigers have been born in captive and fed a special diet of milk and chicken, they tend to be less aggressive than tigers in the wild. Captive tigers, therefore, can be visited by tourists, who pay a considerable amount of money to spend around 10-15 minutes with them.

The proceeds from tourism allows them to increase the tiger population through captive breeding, as well as improve the overall living conditions of the tigers through the acquisition of larger areas for them to roam around. Currently, the Tiger Kingdom has over 100 tigers in captive

Enjoy my extended vlog on my channel to the Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Filmed and Edited by Eddie Merino (EM Multimedia Corp)

www.Eddiemerinophotography.com

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