In addition, these animals can be easily exploited by wildlife criminals pushing tigers and tiger parts into the illegal wildlife trade—sustaining a market that also drives the poaching of tigers in the wild. Learn more.
WWF’s global tiger programme is driving an ambitious and visionary species conservation goal set by the governments of the 13 tiger range countries: to double the number of wild tigers by 2022.Learn more about our tigers programme
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