Curtis Boughey wants to

Put a stop to the poaching of tigers.

This is important because tigers are crucial to the ecosystem and are at serious risk of becoming extinct.

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Curtis Boughey
Curtis Boughey Campaign leader

This article provides facts about our tigers. The purpose of this article is to let you know where tigers live, what they eat how they live…Read More

Basic Facts About Tigers

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Curtis Boughey
Curtis Boughey Campaign leader

This article is about what they use the dead tigers for when they are killed. People should read this just to be aware what products has…Read More

Endangered Tiger Status

OVERVIEW OF TIGERS IN CRISIS: Of the original nine subspecies of tigers, three have become extinct in the last 80 years; an average of one every 20 years. It has been predicted all tigers may become extinct in the wild within the next decade. Poaching, habitat loss and fragmentation have reduced the global population of tigers from over…Read More
Curtis Boughey
Curtis Boughey Campaign leader

This article is about tiger extinction. The purpose of this article is to stop us from killing our biggest cat and to start helping them…Read More

Tiger | Species | WWF

World Wildlife Fund
The largest of all the Asian big cats, tigers rely primarily on sight and sound rather than smell. They typically hunt alone and stalk prey. A tiger can consume up to 88 pounds of meat at one time. On average, tigers give birth to two or three cubs every two years. If all the cubs in one litter die, a second litter may be produced within five…Read More
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