Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
1Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
White Tiger : We can stop this abuse in our generation - Miss Sukanya Kadyan, Director Events of OIPA in India

White Tiger : We can stop this abuse in our generation - Miss Sukanya Kadyan, Director Events of OIPA in India

Ratings: (0)|Views: 64|Likes:
Published by Naresh Kadyan
White tiger isn't a species of Bengal Tigers, its disease and side effects of inbreeding, it shouldn't be promoted, allowed all around on this globe, where as it is happening in India for pride, profit, personnel gain and a prey for tourism - Naresh Kadyan, Founder Chairman, PFA Haryana / Rep. of UN affiliated OIPA in India.
White tiger isn't a species of Bengal Tigers, its disease and side effects of inbreeding, it shouldn't be promoted, allowed all around on this globe, where as it is happening in India for pride, profit, personnel gain and a prey for tourism - Naresh Kadyan, Founder Chairman, PFA Haryana / Rep. of UN affiliated OIPA in India.

More info:

Published by: Naresh Kadyan on Apr 07, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

04/07/2012

pdf

text

original

 
To:Prime Minister of India, New Delhi (Hon'ble Sardar Manmohan Singh),President of India, New Delhi (HE Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil), Hon'be theChief Justice of India, Hon'ble Speaker Lok Sabha, Central Zoo Authority(Member Secretary), Inspector General of Forests, (Dr. Rajesh Gopal),Deputy Inspector General of Forests (Dr. Anmol Kumar), Vice President of India (Hon'ble Shri Hamid Ansari), Shri Krishna Mohan, IAS, Addl. Director,Trikoot Bhavan-I, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi (Ms. Rina Mitra),Chairman, Animal Welfare Board of India, OIPA in India, and Minister of Environment and Forest (Smt. Jayanthi Natarajan)Subject:
White Tiger : We can stop this abuse in our generation - AbhishekKadyan
Letter:Greetings,The International Organisation for Animal Protection - OIPA in India askedquestions to the concerned Authorities...Did you know the only way to produce a white tiger is through severeinbreeding of brother to sister, father to daughter and mother to son?,where as inbreeding is banned as per Recognition of Zoo Rules, 2009.Did you know that there is no such species as a Royal White Bengal Tiger?If you didn't know that, don't feel bad, you were deceived just like millionsof others. Read on to learn the truth about white tigers, white lions, tabbytigers and other genetic aberrations.White Tigers can ONLY exist in captivity by continual inbreeding, such asfather to daughter, brother to sister, mother to son and so forth. The whitelions and golden tabby tigers are merely a product of this practice of inbreeding for white coats as well and are not being bred for any sort of conservation program either. ALL white tigers are cross eyed, whether itshows or not, because the gene that causes the white coat always causesthe optic nerve to be wired to the wrong side of the brain. That is whywhite tigers are such a favorite of the tiger-tamer-wanabees; they are farmore dependant upon their masters.The myth of the Rare White Bengal Tiger was an illusion meant to deceivethe public into thinking that these cats were endangered and beingpreserved for future generations. The truth of the matter is that they aren’teven pure Bengal tigers, but rather are all the offspring of an originalSiberian / Bengal cross breeding. The inbreeding results in many defects,early deaths, still births and, as could be expected, the cats are not verybright which is why they are preferred for entertainment purposes.To quote from Dr. Ron Tilson, Conservation Director of the Minnesota Zooand manager of the world renown Tiger Species Survival Plan, "The whitetiger controversy among zoos is a small part ethics and a large parteconomics. The tiger Species Survival Plan has condemned breeding whitetigers because of their mixed ancestry, most have been hybridized with
 
other subspecies and are of unknown lineage, and because they serve noconservation purpose. Owners of white tigers say they are popular exhibitanimals and increase zoo attendance and revenues as well. The samerationalization can be applied to the selective propagation of white lions,king cheetahs and other phenotypically aberrant animals.""However, there is an unspoken issue that shames the very integrity of zoos, their alleged conservation programs and their message to thevisiting public. To produce white tigers or any other phenotypic curiosity,directors of zoos and other facilities must continuously inbreed father todaughter and father to granddaughter and so on. At issue is acontradiction of fundamental genetic principles upon which all SpeciesSurvival Plans for endangered species in captivity are based.White tiger cubs are produced when the recessive gene for the color whiteis inherited from both parents. There are orange tigers that have inheriteda white gene from one parent, but an orange gene from the other parent.Such cats have one of each gene to potentially contribute to its offspringand are known as heterozygous. It is a roll of the dice which gene isinherited. If an orange tiger that carries the white gene is mated to a whitetiger – there is a 50% chance of white offspring, since the white tiger hasonly has white genes to contribute and the orange has two possible colorsto contribute. If two such heterozygous tigers are mated, there is a 1 in 4chance the offspring will be white. A white tiger only has white genes forits offspring to inherit; therefore two white tigers mated together produceonly white cubs.Where as inbreeding is banned in India, so please keep our tiger safe andsound and drop the idea - proposal of White Tiger inbreeding.Recognition of Zoo Rules, 2009 says..............To safeguard against ill effects of inbreeding on the zoo population, thezoo shall endeavour to introduce unrelated animals to zoo stock throughexchange, loaning and getting gifts of animals from other zoos.Hence we all support OIPA in India stand to oppose White tiger inbreedingproposal and appeal to all concerned authority to focus on protection of tiger population in India - save tiger campaign.The Member Secretary, CZA is hereby requested under RTI Act, 2005 toprovide us information about proposal received and decision taken by theCZA on White tiger breeding project to be set up in Madhya Pardesh. Westrongly recommend Naresh Kadyan performance should be recognizedand nominate him for Padam Shri, Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife ConservationAward - 2010 and for the Amrita Devi Bishnoi Wildlife Protection Award2009 & 2010, Prani Mitra Award from AWBI.Hon'ble Chief Justice of India is here by humbly requested not to allowinbreeding and it may kindly be treated as PIL please.Grievance Registration Number is : PRSEC/E/2010/19511 dated 27-12-2010 with the President of India Secretariat, New Delhi and same wasforwarded to the Joint Secretary (Admin & PG), Ministry of Environment andForests on 28-12-2010. White tiger is not a species covered under theWildlife Protection Act, 1972 then Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBIshould comes forward to oppose and support OIPA in India stand.
 
Signatures
Name Location Date
Abhishek KadyanDelhi, United States2010-12-26Naresh Kadyan Rep. OIPA inIndiaDelhi, India2010-12-26Sukanya KadyanDelhi, India2010-12-26Sharda KadyanDelhi, India2010-12-26catherine gaspardbruxelles, Belgium2010-12-26Simone DuffinAustralia, Australia2010-12-27Beth Stephens, Scott Stephensand Vicky Fuller, Our FamilyStratford, Canada2010-12-27Paola GhidottiMilano, Italy2010-12-27Barbara ErdmanLivonia, Michigan, United States2010-12-27nicolette ludolphibremen, Delaware, United States2010-12-27 Judith BohmKrefeld, Germany2010-12-27Wendy ForsterManchester, United Kingdom2010-12-27Vijay SomanyRewari, India2010-12-27Natividad P.Palma de Mca, Spain2010-12-27heidi wollumgoteborg, Alabama, Sweden2010-12-27Bev BrewisVictoria, Canada2010-12-27Dar WooRDS, North Carolina, United States2010-12-27Annika PetterssonBoden, New York, Sweden2010-12-27Bruce CombsWilliamsburg, Virginia, United States2010-12-27 Jerry MayeuxHattiesburg, Mississippi, United States2010-12-27 Judith AbelBasel, Switzerland2010-12-27carlee trentspringfield, Ohio, United States2010-12-27Andrea OefingerNewtown, Connecticut, United States2010-12-27 Jens U. LoehnerHof, Germany2010-12-27Amit DeolSirohi, India2010-12-27Diana FerreiraPaços de Ferreira, Portugal2010-12-27Krasimira Buyuklieva DarzevaStara Zagora, Bulgaria2010-12-27

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->