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Doubling wild tigers by 2022

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Fresh water, clean air, climate protection, medicine, and jobs.

From the world’s largest mangrove forests in the Sundarbans, to temperate forests in the snowy mountains of Bhutan, protecting tigers and their natural homes help provide benefits for thousands of species and millions of people.

Find out how the mission to #doubletigers can help safeguard nature and people in WWF’s latest report Beyond the Stripes: Save tigers, save so much more here.

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