Song of Stripes features, Leela - The Tiger as the endangered animal.
Leela - (Sanskrit: लीला, IAST līlā) or Leela, like many Sanskrit words, cannot be literally translated to English but can be loosely translated as "play". Leela is a way of describing all reality, including the cosmos, as the outcome of creative play.
Three subspecies of the tiger are already extinct and one species, the South China tiger, is thought only to survive in captivity. Tigers are endangered, and some the biggest threats to their survival include illegal poaching, loss of habitat due to agriculture and urbanization, and reduction in prey availability. These fierce felines have walked the earth for a long time.
WE FOUND SOME FACTS
• South China Tiger: Extinct in the wild
• Malayan Tiger: Critically Endangered Only 250-400 Species
• Sumatran Tiger: Critically Endangered less than 400 Species
• Amur/ Siberian Tiger: Endangered, around 540 species
• Bengal Tiger: Endangered - Around 2967
• Indo-Chinese Tiger: Endangered less than 1500
• Bali Tiger: Extinct in the 1980s
• Javan Tiger: Extinct in the 1980s
• Caspian Tiger: Extinct in the 1970s