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There are less than 4,000 tigers that remain in the wild.

It is estimated that at the start of the century, there were over 100,000 tigers in the wild:  the population now has dwindled to between 1,500 and 3,500.

Over the past 100 years, tigers have lost approximately 93% of their historic range. Major reasons for population decline includes habitat destruction and cruel poaching. These devastating statistics only further the reason that we need to take action to save this glorious animal from extinction.

This magnificent animal, if left at the current rate of endangerment without proactive action, will be wiped out from the world for us to remember. Take action and join this cause to help save tigers from extinction.