Losing the wild tiger would be unforgivable. We need people power to save it!...– Sir Paul McCartney, TigerTime
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Tigers and Company: Big Cat Week →
tigersandcompany: Nat Geo WILD’s second annual Big Cat Week is an extension of National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative (BCI), a long-term commitment to halt the decline of these iconic animals in the wild. For seven nights, Big Cat Week will showcase visually stunning and powerfully resonant stories of nature’s…
I just received this e-mail from TigerTime!
Dear “Ban the Tiger Trade” Supporter The Chinese Government has banned an auction of 400 bottles of tiger wine (made from crushed tiger bones) that was planned to take place this weekend in China. Just by being part of TigerTime, or by being a signatory to our Ban The Tiger Trade Petition atwww.bantigertrade.com , you helped achieve this small but important victory in the overall...
Adopt a Tiger!
What an awesome gift for a tiger lover. Just go to http://www.tigertrust.info/sumatran_tiger_adoptions.asp and you’ll have the chance to become a proud foster parent to a tiger in the Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra. This trust fun is completely legitimate, this is where I adopted Rory. You can also adopt a tiger through WWF and they have some awesome adoption packages and gifts too!
Join the WWF TX2 Tigers Alive Initiative
We have lost 97% of our wild tigers in just over a...
WWF: What does the future hold for tigers? →
Wild tiger numbers are at their lowest level ever. If no action is taken, tiger experts believe wild tigers may disappear altogether by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger. But tigers can recover, and quickly – as long as they, their prey, and their forest home are properly protected.
Tiger Fun Fact
Tigers are very good swimmers and have been known to kill prey while swimming.
Anonymous asked: do you actually care about the specie tige or do you just like them? i mean like are you at all engaged to the fact that they are growing extinct?..