• Veronica Pulumbarit

#TigerDay: Adopt a tiger on WWF

July 29 is International Tiger Day, devoted to creating awareness on the conservation of tigers.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) says tigers, the largest of all cats, are one of the most threatened species in the world, with only about 3,890 tigers left in the wild.


"These beautiful cats are threatened by growing human populations, loss of habitat, illegal hunting (of both tigers and their prey species) and expanded trade in tiger parts used as traditional medicines," WWF says.

Adopt a tiger


WWF offers various options to help in tiger conservation via adoption.


Visit WWF to know more about the adoption choices. The prices range from $25 (includes photo, adoption certificate, and species card) to $55 (12-inch plush toy, photo, adoption certificate, species card, and gift bag) to $125 (Two plush toys, framed adoption certificate and photo, species card, and gift box).


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