Tigers

Why they're in trouble: 

An estimated 70 percent of tigers – the world's most endangered big cats - now live in only 0.5 percent of their historic range. From Sumatra to Russia, tigers are intensely hunted to supply the illegal trade in their skins, bones and other parts used in traditional Asian medicine. Tigers are also threatened by the conversion of forests for agriculture such as palm oil plantations, logging and the encroachment of settlements, which deprive tigers of critical habitat and prey and lead to increased tiger-human conflict.

How to help Tigers:

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