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DON'T LET WILD TIGERS DISAPPEAR

There were about 100,000 tigers around 1900.
Now, as few as 3,890 remain in the wild.

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WHAT IS THEIR GREATEST THREAT?

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    THEY ARE BEINGPOACHEDTO MAKE PRODUCTS LIKE TRADITIONAL MEDICINE AND RUGS
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    ALL PARTSOF THEIR BODIES ARE SOLD FOR PROFIT, FROM THE WHISKERS DOWN TO THE PAWS
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    ILLEGAL TIGER TRADE AND THE WIDER PROBLEM OF WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING REACHES AN ESTIMATEDUSD20 BILLION PER YEAR.
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Wild tigers may not have a second chance if we don't take urgent action now.

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Get involved and help us double wild tigers.
Follow our artists on the trail of wild tigers in Cambodia.
  • 2010At the St. Petersburg Tiger Summit, the 13 tiger range governments commited to Tx2 – the global goal to double wild tigers.

  • 2014Between 2000 and 2014, parts of at least
    1,590 tigers were seized. That's an average of 2 tigers per week.
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    With as few as 3,890 tigers left in the wild, we have to act now. As our brand icon and a symbol of strength across the world, tigers have been inspiring art and culture throughout history.
  • 2017We’re doing our part by working with WWF over the next 6 years. With your help, we can get this urgent message out and gather support for tigers.

    The 3890tigers campaign lets you lend your voice to this urgent cause.



  • 2022The Chinese year of the tiger: WWF and 13 tiger range governments are committed to
    doubling the number of wild tigers by 2022.

    From strengthening law enforcement to empowering community patrols and networks, WWF works to enforce zero tolerance for tiger poaching across Asia.

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