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Protect Tiger


The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species has regarded Tiger, Panthera tigris as being in unfavorable and defenseless condition. The prevalent and enormous of all cats, the tiger once occurred all over central, eastern and southern Asia. Nevertheless, since the time lapse of around 100 years, the tiger has lost over 93% of its significant kind and now only endured in speckled populations in 13 countries, covering from India to Southeast Asia, and in Sumatra, China and the Russian Far East.

The Sumatran Tiger


The Caspian, Javan and Bali Tigers by now are wiped out, and about the lasting six subspecies, the South China Tiger has not been seen for several years. Poaching and illegitimate killing are the principal threats to the species, to take care of an illegal demand in high-esteem tiger body parts for the Oriental pharmaceutical market. Loss of Habitat and overhunting of tigers and their natural prey have also contributed to a diminution in distribution and, over the past century, tiger statistics have fallen from about 100,000 individuals to an approximately 3,500.

Endangered Species


Tigers are incorporated on Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), barring their international business trade. The prospect of this kind also is relying upon conserving and protecting outsized areas of appropriate locale with feasible populations, while working with confined society to depress retributive killings.

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