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Bengal tiger portrait (Panthera tigris tigris) Bandhavgarh NP, Madhya Pradesh, India © naturepl.com / Francois Savigny / WWF
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Tigers are one of the world's most endangered species and are in deep trouble. Over the past century, tiger numbers have fallen by around 95% due to the illegal wildlife trade, tiger-human conflict and habitat loss.
They now survive in 40% less area they occupied just a decade ago.
By adopting a tiger you will make a real difference to the wild tiger's chance of survival. You will be helping to protect vital habitat and monitor tiger populations. In saving tigers, we also save the biologically rich and diverse landscapes in which they still roam - Asia's last great rainforests, jungles and wild lands. These forests are home to thousands of other species, people and food, freshwater and flood protection that local communities need to survive.
Tracking tiger populations and understanding the threats they face is vital in protecting these magnificent big cats. They face daily hazards from the illegal wildlife trade and habitat loss.
If wild tigers are to survive this century and beyond, their home range urgently needs to be protected and restored.
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If you have made an adoption, please note that the delivery of adoption packs may be slightly delayed due to Australia Post experiencing increased parcel volumes and other impacts as a result of COVID-19. We appreciate your patience during this time. Thank you.
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Thanks to your generous donations we will be able to provide ongoing support to tigers by helping to:
• Reconnect fragmented areas of habitat so tigers can move between them
• Strengthen anti-poaching patrols in and around nature reserves
• Reduce illegal poaching and trade of live tigers and tiger parts
• Ensure conservation laws are enforced.
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