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Beyond the Stripes

Beyond the Stripes

WWF December 20, 2017 0

Tigers are inspirational. Their extraordinary nature and symbolism moves people to act and make bold commitments. In 2010, leaders of the 13 countries that are home to tigers agreed on an ambitious conservation goal:

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Panda Proud in India

Panda Proud in India

WWF October 11, 2017 0

By Karl Egloff, WWF, Director of Travel, Tourism & Conservation While traveling, it inspires me to see the presence of WWF’s work and messages around the world. After a spectacular trip on Nat Hab’s

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Good News: Increase in Wild Tiger Global Estimate

Good News: Increase in Wild Tiger Global Estimate

Tania Curry April 13, 2016 0

According to the best available data, around 3,890 tigers exist in the wild. This is an increase from the global estimate in 2010 which counted as few as 3,200. This updated figure was compiled from

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Earth Day 2015: the Good, the Bad and the Silenced

Earth Day 2015: the Good, the Bad and the Silenced

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 21, 2015 9

Wednesday, April 22, is Earth Day 2015, the 45th celebration of what started out as a true grassroots movement—the environmental likes of which we haven’t seen since. Last year, on Earth Day 2014, I

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Should We Vaccinate Wild Animals for Canine Distemper Virus?

Should We Vaccinate Wild Animals for Canine Distemper Virus?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 17, 2015 14

The world’s tigers face considerable threats today: poaching, habitat loss, depletion of their prey and retaliatory kills by humans when the big cats take livestock. But now, a new threat has surfaced: the canine

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Counting Wild Tigers by 2016: Will It Help Save Them?

Counting Wild Tigers by 2016: Will It Help Save Them?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 14, 2014 11

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, 13 countries that have wild tiger populations agreed to take part in a global census of the endangered big cats. The hope is that this count will then lead to

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