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During the last century, the number of tigers in the wild has fallen from over 100,000 to less than 3,900. ‘Tiger Tales’ invites pupils to learn more about these incredible animals and why they are endangered. The visit starts with an exciting quiz around WWF’s interactive exhibition to find out about animal adaptation and endangered species.  Our WWF tiger advert is bound to engage and inspire! Using fun props and our unique image bank, your pupils will produce their own adverts on iPads about the need to protect these amazing animals and their habitats. They’ll also have the opportunity to handle our animal artefacts and discuss what we can all do to help protect endangered species.

All WWF workshops are free but we welcome a suggested donation of £2 per child.

"A highly interactive approach kept the children engaged and enthusiastic. Exciting use of technology."

Teacher from The Hermitage School, Woking