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Save China’s Tigers: The world’s most endangered tiger, the South China tiger, has walked our earth for 2 million years and is the root ancestor of all tiger subspecies, yet tragically, it is on the brink of extinction. About 100 remain, mostly in captivity. As an apex species, protection of the tiger means protection of its prey and a complete…

Save India’s Tigers: The powerful image of the Indian tiger imprinted on the human mind must be harnessed effectively now, to save them. Join us in helping Indian tigers, spread the word to educate others, friends, colleagues in school or at work, students, family, everyone needs to know now about wildlife in India as well as tiger conservation…

Save The Stripes: Save The Stripes is a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) registered in under the Madhya Pradesh Societies Registration Act 1973. Constituted in 2009, with a group of individuals dedicated to the cause “SAVE THE TIGER”, the society has its base in the tiger state of Madhya Pradesh in…

Save Wild Tigers: Save Wild Tigers is a global initiative, set up in 2011 by Simon Clinton. Simon and his brand marketing agency, The Clinton Partnership, work across the UK and internationally with a portfolio of clients and have played a central role in creating this exciting and crucial global tiger Initiative…

SCBI’s Tiger Conservation Partnership: Tigers have been enigmatic emblems of power, beauty, stealth, strength, and survival in Asian cultures and wilderness for centuries. But even their status as one of the planet’s fiercest predators has not saved them from their greatest enemy: humans. The number of wild tigers has crashed in…

Shambala and the Roar Foundation: Shambala and the Roar Founadation, which founded as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 1983, exists solely to support The Shambala Preserve. Our mission is to educate the public about the dangers of private ownership of exotic animals. Huge numbers of exotic dangerous animals…

Siberian Tiger Conservation Association: Siberian Tigers are on the brink of extinction. The captive population of these animals is larger than is the wild population. There are about 250 Siberian Tigers scattered in various zoos of the world; in the wild this species is found in Siberia only and is estimated at 200 animals. The exact number of Siberian Tigers in…

Siberian Tiger Project: About 350 adult Siberian or Amur tigers are left in the wild, with 95% of them in the Russian Far East. Within the tiger’s range in Russia, the largest protected area is the Sikhote-Alin Biosphere Reserve, a 400,000 ha (4000 km2) reserve that has been a stronghold for the Amur tiger since its creation in 1935…

Sumatran Tiger Breeding Program PROGRAM: Habitat destruction, poaching and other interaction with humans has reduced the number of Sumatran Tigers to less than 500. The Sumatran Tiger, the smallest of all tiger sub-species, can be found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, an area that has recently undergone huge human development…


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