In the last 100 years, the number of tigers living in the wild has dropped from around 100,000 to just 3,200. That’s an astonishing 97% drop. Some conservationists say it’s too late to save the tiger, that with such a drastic reduction in numbers, the remaining populations are simply not viable to survive. Habitat loss, poaching, climate change and competition for space between humans and wildlife are all to blame.
At Green.TV we believe the tiger CAN be saved, and that’s why we’re supporting International Tiger Day on July 29th. We’ve put together some of the best tiger films from WWF and other organisations featuring inspiring stories from round the world. Check them out for yourself on Green.tv