Beyond the Stripes

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Have You Heard of the Ancient Land of Big Cats?

21 March 2020 | Tx2

Tigers live in a diverse range of habitats: from grasslands and forests to mangrove swamps and mountains. Today we celebrate ...

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Have You Heard of the Ancient Land of Big Cats?

21 March 2020 | Tx2
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6 ways children showed us you’re never too young to save tigers!

12 March 2020 |

The Dr Rimington’s Award recognises highly meritorious contributions in the conservation of wild tigers and encourages continued interest among future ...

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6 ways children showed us you’re never too young to save tigers!

12 March 2020 |
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Meet the All-Female Team Protecting China's Tigers

08 March 2020 | Rangers

The ranger profession around the world is male dominated. A survey of public-sector rangers across 28 countries last year found ...

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Meet the All-Female Team Protecting China's Tigers

08 March 2020 | Rangers
Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) walking at night, with monsoon clouds and lightning. Kanha National Park, Central India.

8 ways tigers are real-life superheroes

03 March 2020 | Tx2

Tigers are the ultimate conservation superheroes in striped capes. On World Wildlife Day, here’s to tigers and all they contribute ...

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8 ways tigers are real-life superheroes

03 March 2020 | Tx2
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Tiger numbers in Russian Far East province bounce back from zero to estimated 20 individuals

26 February 2020 | Russia

In a remarkable turnaround for Amur tiger numbers in the Russian Far East province of Evreiskaya, numbers have gone from ...

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Tiger numbers in Russian Far East province bounce back from zero to estimated 20 individuals

26 February 2020 | Russia
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WWF Statement in support of China’s temporary ban on wild animal trade over suspected link to Coronavirus

31 January 2020 |

  We are deeply saddened by the loss of lives through the Coronavirus outbreak and our thoughts are with the ...

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WWF Statement in support of China’s temporary ban on wild animal trade over suspected link to Coronavirus

31 January 2020 |
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What I saw at a Chinese tiger farm and what it means for wild tigers

23 January 2020 | China

by Leigh Henry, Director of Wildlife Policy, WWF-US

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What I saw at a Chinese tiger farm and what it means for wild tigers

23 January 2020 | China
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These young tigers in India are proof that conservation works!

17 January 2020 |

by Ashleigh Wang, Communications Officer, Tigers Alive

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These young tigers in India are proof that conservation works!

17 January 2020 |
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Captured on camera: Wild tiger hunts world’s largest bovine in Thailand

13 January 2020 |

Some incredible tiger news from Thailand, where rare camera trap footage has captured an adult resident male and it’s huge ...

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Captured on camera: Wild tiger hunts world’s largest bovine in Thailand

13 January 2020 |

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Tiger numbers in Russian Far East province bounce back from zero to estimated 20 individuals

26 February 2020 | Tiger Census

Five cubs found within three litters, proving the success of the translocation of tigers to the area.

Tiger numbers in Russian Far East province bounce back from zero to estimated 20 individuals

26 February 2020 | Tiger Census
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WWF-Cambodia congratulates government on the approval of Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary’s Management Zones

07 February 2019 | Cambodia

The Cambodian Government’s decision to officially approve the Management Zones of Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary (SWS) will ensure effective protection against ...

WWF-Cambodia congratulates government on the approval of Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary’s Management Zones

07 February 2019 | Cambodia
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Urgent attention needed for global tiger recovery efforts, as Southeast Asia reports worrying gaps

30 January 2019 | Tx2

The 3rd Stocktaking Conference on the Global Tiger Recovery Programme concluded yesterday in New Delhi, with tiger-range governments agreeing on ...

Urgent attention needed for global tiger recovery efforts, as Southeast Asia reports worrying gaps

30 January 2019 | Tx2
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New study: Wild tiger populations in key sites could triple in a generation, given optimal conditions

14 November 2018 | Tx2

A new study of 18 tiger recovery sites shows untapped potential.

New study: Wild tiger populations in key sites could triple in a generation, given optimal conditions

14 November 2018 | Tx2
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An adult tiger in a captive breeding facility, suspected to farm tigers for its bone and other parts

WWF statement in response to China postponing new regulation on domestic trade in tiger bone and rhino horn

13 November 2018 | China

WWF welcomes the news that China has postponed lifting its ban on the domestic trade in rhino horn and tiger ...

WWF statement in response to China postponing new regulation on domestic trade in tiger bone and rhino horn

13 November 2018 | China
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An adult tiger in a captive breeding facility, suspected to farm tigers for its bone and other parts

WWF Statement on China’s Legalization of Domestic Trade in Tiger Bone and Rhino Horn

30 October 2018 | Illegal Wildlife Trade

WWF is urgently calling on China to maintain the ban on tiger bone and rhino horn trade that existed since ...

WWF Statement on China’s Legalization of Domestic Trade in Tiger Bone and Rhino Horn

30 October 2018 | Illegal Wildlife Trade
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