Thursday, 27 February 2014


Your tiger adoption pack:

A cuddly toy (optional)
My Tigers and Wild World magazine 3 times a year
Factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more

Adopt a tiger »

In the past 100 years, wild tiger numbers have plummeted by around 95%, to as few as 3,200. Help us protect the future of the world's largest big cat.

How you're helping the tigers

  • Restoring fragmented areas of habitat so tigers can move between them
  • Strengthening anti-poaching patrols around nature reserves
  • Establishing programmes to increase prey numbers
  • Reducing poaching and illegal trade of live tigers and tiger parts
  • Your support will also help fund other essential WWF conservation work around the world
You can adopt Kamrita, a female Bengal tiger. Kamrita is one of the last 150 Bengal tigers left in Nepal. Kamrita represents all the tigers we help.

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