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Siberian tigers and Amur leopards live in parts of Russia, China, and North Korea. Over the last 100 years, Siberian tigers and Amur leopards live in parts of Russia, China, and North Korea. Over the last 100 years, logging and poaching have drastically reduced populations. There is an estimated less than 500 Siberian tigers left in the wild and an estimated less than 30 Amur leopards, making the leopard one of the most endangered cats. While Amur leopards aren’t keystone species like the Siberian tiger, if it were to go extinct the environment it lives in will suffer without its existence. Current reserves are not enough to protect these animals so China’s government has moved aggressively to help. The plan to build this national park was put in place in 2013 and since then China’s government has banned logging in Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces and canceled a highway project that would have gone directly through and destroyed parts of the big cat’s territory. The new park will lie on the boarder of Russia and North Korea and will link together several existing parks and reserves and will cover 5,600 square miles, making it 60% bigger than Yellowstone. Creating a large park like this faces the same obstacles in China as anywhere else. Their government has to make sure the parks will not undermine their economics. Locals who made their living by hunting and logging will need help finding alternative livelihoods. In the area where the new park is being built alone, conservation groups are turning 30,000 forest workers, including loggers, hunters, and poachers, into park rangers and conservation workers. The park lies on the boarder of Russia and North Korea and will link together several existing parks and reserves. Park supporters hope these connected reserves will initiate international cooperation on perserving big cats and wildlife alike. This park will be one of many aggressive initiative China will be taking in efforts to save its endangered wildlife. 

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NAME                                   MEANING

 

Paavan/Paawan                       pure, sacred

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Padam/Padma                         lotus

 

Padmanabha                           Lord Vishnu

 

Palash                                     a flowering tree

 

Pallav                                      new leaves

 

Pankaj                                     lotus flower

 

Panna                                      emerald

 

Parag/Paraag                           pollen

 

Parakram                                strength

 

Paramananda                          superlative joy

 

Paramesh                                the supreme lord, title for Vishnu or Shiva

 

Parameshwar                          the supreme God

 

Paramjeet/Paramjit                 highest success

 

Paranjay                                  Varun; Lord of the Sea

 

Paras/Paaras                            touchstone

 

Parashar                                  an ancient

 

Paresh                                     supreme Lord

 

Parijat                                      a celestial flower

 

Parikshit                                  proven; name of an ancient king

 

Parimal                                   fragrance

 

Paritosh                                   satisfaction, contentment

 

Parmesh                                  God

 

Partha                                     A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna

 

Parul                                        graceful

 

Parvat/Parbat                          mountain

 

Parvesh                                   Lord of celebration

 

Parvesh/Parwesh                     lord of celebration

 

Pathik                                      traveller

 

Pavan/Pawan                          breeze

 

Pavitra/Pabitra                        Pure

 

Pawan (Paawan)                     pure

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Phalgun                                  A month in Hindu Calander

 

Phanindra                               Seshnag; the divine snake

 

Pitambar                                 yellow robed; Lord Vishnu

 

Piyush                                     Milk, nectar

 

Poojan                                     worship

 

Poojit                                      worshipped

 

Poorna/Purna                          complete

 

Prabal                                      very strong, mighty

 

Prabhakar                               sun

 

Prabhas                                   lustrous

 

Prabhat                                   dawn

 

Prabhav                                   power, might, influence

 

Prabhu                                    god

 

Prabir                                      hero, brave one (Praveer)

 

Prabodh                                  vigilance, sound advice

 

Prabuddha                              awakened

 

Pradeep/Pradip                       light, shine

 

Pradyot                                   lustre

 

Pradyumna                              cupid

 

Prafulla                                   pleasant, cheerful

 

Pragun                                     straight; honest

 

Prahalad                                  bliss

 

Prajeet/Prajit                           victorious, king

 

Prajesh                                    Lord Brahma

 

Prakash                                   light

 

Prakat                                      manifest

 

Prakrit                                     nature/ handsome

 

Prakriti                                    nature

 

Prakul                                      good-looking

 

Pramesh                                  master of accurate knowledge

 

Pramit                                     consciousness

 

Pramod                                   delight, happyness

 

Pran/Praan                               vital breath, life

 

Pranav                                      Romance

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Pranay                                     love, romance

 

Pranit                                      modest

 

Prasad                                     offering to god during pooja

 

Prasanna                                  cheerful, pleased

 

Prasata                                    father of Draupad

 

Prashant/Prashanta                  calm and composed

 

Prasoon/Prasun                       flower

 

Pratap                                      dignity, majesty, glory

 

Pratik                                      symbol

 

Pratit/Prateet                           manifested

 

Pratosh                                   delight

 

Pratyush

 

Praval/Prawal/Prabal               fierce, strong

 

Praveen/Pravin/Prabin             expert, skilled

 

Pravir                                      brave

 

Prayag                                    confluence of Ganga-Jamuna-Saraswati

 

Prem                                         love

 

Premal                                    full of love

 

Pritam                                     beloved, lover

 

Prithu                                      a king from the epics

 

Prithvi/Prithivi                        the earth

 

Pritish                                      lord of love

 

Priya                                        beloved

 

Pujit                                        worshipped

 

Punit/Puneet                           pure, auspicious, holy

 

Punya                                      auspicious, virtuous, meritorious

 

Purna/Poorna                          complete

 

Purnendu                                full moon

 

Puru                                        a legendary King

 

Purushottam                           best among men

 

Pushkar                                   lotus; a lake

 

Pushpak                                  mythical vehicle of Lord Vishnu

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