Last chance for Tigers?
In the last decade alone, tiger numbers in the wild have fallen by almost half. With as few as 3,200 left in the wild, spread thinly over 13 countries, we have come to the point of no return. This is it. This is when we must really, truly and sustainably make the efforts needed to save the world’s most iconic species.
Critical to these efforts is a meeting during September. This is when the 13 Heads of Government from those countries that still have tigers in their forests will meet to decide what can be done to give tigers possibly that last chance of their fabled 9th life.
We need your support in encouraging these Leaders to act decisively. To get them to commit to doubling the number of wild tigers by 2022.Will you, can you help?
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