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Adopt a tiger

From £3 a month

From £36

Included with the pack:

  • A cuddly toy (optional)
  • A cuddly toy (optional)
  • My Tigers and Wild World magazine 3 times a year - as well as a factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more...
  • But unfortunately we can't include a real tiger...

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*Next day is mainland England; a next day service to the highlands and islands could take 2 days.

More about tigers

There are six living sub-species of tiger; the Amur (Siberian), Bengal (Indian), Indo-Chinese, Malayan, Sumatran and South China.Three other sub-species, the Bali, Caspian and Javan, are now extinct.

How you're helping the tigers

There are six living sub-species of tiger; the Amur (Siberian), Bengal (Indian), Indo-Chinese, Malayan, Sumatran and South China.Three other sub-species, the Bali, Caspian and Javan, are now extinct.

You can adopt Kamrita, a female Bengal tiger. Kamrita is one of the last 150 Bengal tigers left in Nepal. Kamrita represents all the tigers we help.

Location: From India to south-eastern China and from the Russian Far East to Sumatra, Indonesia

Habitat: Wide ranging - from evergreen and monsoon forests, to mixed coniferous-deciduous woodlands, and mangrove swamps

Wild population: As few as 3,200

The threats to tigers:

How your adoption can help:

Kamrita

The word Kamrita comes from the region of the wildlife reserve where she's most often spotted – the Amrite area.

She is a female Bengal tiger living in Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal. She is around 7-8 years old, and has been photographed on several occasions with two young cubs.

Kamrita represents all the tigers we help.

All our tiger adopters 'adopt' Kamrita so that we can share her ongoing story with you. We hope that by following Kamrita's progress, you can experience the challenges and success involved in conserving this most charismatic of big cats.