Tiger is the prime predator and a species that sits on top of the food chain. Its role in nature is to control the population of prey animals and maintain a healthy balance. A Tiger kills, at an average, once every week and between 50-60 times a year. If there were no Tigers, the prey populations will increase beyond control and in the long run these herbivores will impact the plant composition of the jungle. This will affect all components of the jungle like insects, birds, reptiles, fungi, micro-organisms and the whole chain of nature will come apart. To the untrained eye, the jungle will still be green but the ‘Spirit of the Jungle’ will be missing.