The latest global tiger survey released this year reveals that there are as few as 3,890 wild tigers left in the world today. Tigers are listed as an endangered species by the IUCN. As a large predator, tigers play an extremely important role in maintaining a healthy eco-system. Protecting tigers helps to conserve their habitat, something which benefits both people and nature. Wild tigers are found in Asia, and their range currently extends across 13 countries: Russia, China, Nepal, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and several others.
Our goal is to double the wild tiger’s population by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger.