Save Tigers Now

Nolan Sanders


Only a hundred years ago, there were 100,000 tigers that roamed the earth freely, in the wild. Today, now in 2015, there are only about 3,200 left. Why are these big cats disappearing so rapidly?
Last Chance for the Wild Tiger?

Illegal Trade and Black Marketing

All across Asia, hunters seek the Bengal tiger specifically. Some of the cats' parts are ingredients in traditional and cultural Asian medicines, and folk remedies, so they sell for a lot of money.
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Deforestation is when trees and plants are cleared and bulldozed in a forest, they are usually cleared for towns to expand, or for some sort of warehouse for large businesses. When this happens, it destroy's the tiger's home, and the habitat for their prey. Reduced vegetation reduces food for their prey, and the tigers also go hungry.
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Why It Matters...

Tiger's are living creatures, just like us. They aren't humans, but they are alive, and they should have a chance too. It may not directly affect us as humans, but it is definitely the right thing to do.
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Save Tigers Now: Orginization

Save Tigers Now is a non-profit charitable campaign founded and funded by Leonardo DiCaprio, and World Wildlife Fund. Their current goal is to double the population of tigers in the wild by 2022, which is the next "Year of the Tiger". They accept donations of any amount on their website.

Pros of Donating

  • If you donate $25 or more, you will have an option to claim a free World Wildlife Fund Gift.
  • Tigers have lived for more than 1.2 million years on earth. Today they are endangered, held in captivity. If you make any donation, you could save the Bengal tiger.