As Few as 3,200 Tigers Left

We need to stop the death of this magnificent creature. It is the guardian of the
forest, along with those who depend on the forest for their lives.
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Black Market Demand

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Human-Tiger Conflict

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Less Tiger Farms

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Why are tigers disappearing?

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    Illegal Trade

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    Tiger bones

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    Deforestation

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    Consumer Demand

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One hundred years ago 100,000 wild tigers roamed throughout Asia,

Today there are as few as 3,200

The Tiger Family

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Sumatran Tiger

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Amur Heilong

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Bengal Tiger

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Indochinese Tiger

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South China Tiger

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Malayan Tiger

You Can Help

Support our projects which preserve tiger habitat and populations.
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Save Tigers Now is a global campaign by World Wildlife Fund and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Who’s Responsible?

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Consumers of Tiger Products

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Goverments

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Poachers / Crime Syndicates

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Consumers Worldwide

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Tiger Farm Operators

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Corporations

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Most Priority Tiger Landscapes

Amur

Amur

Heilong, China and Russia

Kaziranga

Kaziranga

Karbi Anglong, India

Satpuda

Satpuda

Maikal, India

Western Ghats

Western Ghats

Nilgiris, India

Nilgiris

Nilgiris

India

Sundarbans

Sundarbans

Bangladesh and India

“Saving tigers is simple. All they need is enough prey, space and protection. The difficult part is securing
unswerving long-term commitment from the world to save this species.”

Dr. Barney Long

Asian Species Expert

Help by texting TIGER and an amount to 12345 (Global)