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Name a Tiger Rewrite: Their Story

Two magnificent female Tigers were recently liberated from decades of captivity by Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand. For two decades, these majestic creatures were imprisoned in stark, concrete cages, devoid of any connection to the natural world they were born into. Rescued from severe neglect, they now roam in a sanctuary where they can experience the sensation of grass beneath their paws and the warmth of sunlight on their fur.

Now, we invite you to step beyond mere observation and become a part of a transformative journey. Join Asia Wild in our exciting Tiger naming campaign! By selecting new names for these two resilient Tigers, you play a pivotal role in turning their tales from suffering to hope. 

We've narrowed down the list of possible Tiger names from thousands of submissions, and now you can vote for the winners! 

Cast your vote now!

Make your selection here:
Ginger and Lemongrass
Lotus and Blossom
Thelma and Louise
Babe and Cromwell
Hope and Pandora

If you live in the US or Canada you will be entered to win Asia Wild swag when you vote. No purchase or donation necessary to enter or win.

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Tigers: Endangered

The Tiger, Panthera Tigris, is an iconic big cat species currently facing a precarious status as endangered. Due to factors such as habitat loss, poaching, and illegal wildlife trade, Tiger populations have been significantly depleted over the years.

 

Conservation efforts to protect these elusive creatures and their ecosystems involve anti-poaching initiatives, habitat preservation, and international agreements to curb the illegal trade in Tigers and Tiger parts.  While there has been some success, the future of Tigers remains uncertain, and continued conservation efforts are essential to ensure their survival.

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Tiger in stream

Tigers, majestic and powerful creatures, deserve environments prioritizing their well-being and natural behaviors. Striking a balance between legitimate conservation efforts and ensuring the humane treatment of captive tigers is crucial to safeguarding these iconic animals and maintaining the integrity of our commitment to their survival.  

More than 5,000 Tigers live in captivity in the United States, according to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. That's more than any other country outside of China and more than all of the wild Tigers worldwide.

 

Tiger conservation is critical to safeguarding a single species and preserving entire ecosystems, maintaining cultural heritage, promoting biodiversity, and ensuring a sustainable future for wildlife and humans.

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