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Tiger Adoption - Help endangered tigers before it's too late

The last person to see a living wild tiger will probably do so through the sights of a gun. Unless we act now.

The number of tigers in the wild is rapidly declining. These are the problems they face:

  • Tigers are killed by poachers for their skins.
  • They're also killed to supply bones and body parts for traditional Chinese medicine.
  • Their prey is poached.
  • The biggest threat of all is human population growth. It increasingly leads to direct conflict with humans, a clash which the tigers always lose in the end.

Make a real difference. Adopt a tiger.

Sponsor a Bengal Tiger

You can adopt Kamrita, a female Bengal tiger. Kamrita is one of the last 200 Bengal tigers left in Nepal.

Bengal Tiger Adoption Pack. Click to Adopt a tiger now.

Tiger adoption pack

When you adopt we'll send you a tiger adoption pack. This includes:

  • A cuddly toy tiger
  • A fact booklet about tigers
  • A beautiful tiger print
  • A greetings card
  • Updates on tigers along with exclusive adopters' magazine Wild World, mailed three times a year
  • WWF's tips on reducing everyone's environmental impact

Why not adopt for someone else and send this as a gift?

Last minute gift?

No problem! If you are worried the adoption pack might not arrive in time, you will be able to print or email a gift certificate to give on the day.

How you can
make a real

Experts fear that there are as few as 3,200 tigers left. Please help save them. Adopt a tiger and this is how you'll help:

  • Space and protection are imperative to the tiger's survival. When you adopt, you help provide both.
  • WWF works with the governments, partner organisations and local people in each of the countries where tigers struggle to survive.
  • We can help create reserves where the tigers can roam undisturbed, and not come into conflict with humans.
  • We also help set up protection from illegal poachers.
  • Your support will also help fund other essential WWF conservation work around the world.

Help save the Bengal Tiger