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Rising Pressure On Nepal's Tiger Habitats Amidst Covid-19

19 May 2020 | Nepal

In the wake of COVID-19, Nepal’s protected parks are reeling under pressure. While the world retreats indoors on lockdown, 27-year-old ...

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Rising Pressure On Nepal's Tiger Habitats Amidst Covid-19

19 May 2020 | Nepal
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A Safe Alternative To “Blood Honey” In The Sundarbans

12 May 2020 | Human Tiger Conflict

The Sundarban islands are home to the world’s largest mangrove forests. With around 10,000 square kilometres sprawling the Bay of ...

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A Safe Alternative To “Blood Honey” In The Sundarbans

12 May 2020 | Human Tiger Conflict
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5 Books About Tigers That We Love

24 April 2020 |

Looking for something to read? We’ve picked some of our favourite English language, non-fiction tiger reads so you can escape ...

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5 Books About Tigers That We Love

24 April 2020 |
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Trailing Tigers To New Heights

21 April 2020 | Nepal

A Behind The Scenes Look at Nepal’s First Documented High Altitude Tiger by Sabita Malla, Wildlife Biologist – Senior Manager ...

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Trailing Tigers To New Heights

21 April 2020 | Nepal
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From City Boy To Protector Of Cambodia's Largest Dry Forest

20 April 2020 | Rangers

Story by: Mr Pha Sina, Communications Officer of WWF-Cambodia

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From City Boy To Protector Of Cambodia's Largest Dry Forest

20 April 2020 | Rangers
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Why Breeding Tigers For Entertainment Is Not Conservation

13 April 2020 |

It’s binge-worthy drama, but if you’ve watched Netflix docu-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, you could be mistaken for ...

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Why Breeding Tigers For Entertainment Is Not Conservation

13 April 2020 |
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Some Of Our Favourite Fictional Tiger Tales

11 April 2020 |

Nothing captures the imagination quite like a tiger. From illustrated children's books to iconic adventure stories, there's something for everyone ...

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Some Of Our Favourite Fictional Tiger Tales

11 April 2020 |
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2019 Annual Report: Towards Doubling Wild Tigers

06 April 2020 | Tx2

“Looking back at 2019 we celebrate the upward trend of tiger numbers in India after the completion of the largest ...

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2019 Annual Report: Towards Doubling Wild Tigers

06 April 2020 | Tx2
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5 Things Tiger King Doesn't Explain About Captive Tigers

03 April 2020 |

Tiger King, Netflix’s new docu-series, is roaring with popularity, but behind the drama, there is a frightful truth: captive tigers ...

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5 Things Tiger King Doesn't Explain About Captive Tigers

03 April 2020 |

Press Releases

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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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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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