Wild Tigers Disappearing in China

Feb 9, 2010
Outside Magazine


The Wildlife Conservation Society estimates that there are less than 50 wild tigers left in China, according to Treehugger.com. Habitat destruction, limited food sources, and poaching have contributed to major decreases throughout Asia. Want to help? If your a millionaire you might be able rent a tiger or two. Mother Nature Network discusses the plan recently proposed by Indonesia. Not ready to shell out the big bucks? Check out the Wildlife Conservation Society for tips, donation centers and other ways in which you can make a difference.

--Aurora Wingard

Filed To: Media, Nature

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