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Saving tigers, rhinos, orangutans and elephants

Saving tigers, rhinos, orangutans and elephants

‘If They’re Gone…’ is a new campaign raising awareness about the plight of wild tigers, rhinos, elephants and orangutans and how we can all help save them from extinction.
The campaign brings together a range of organisations including government, wildlife NGOs, zoos and safari parks.

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On Borrowed Time

On Borrowed Time

On Borrowed Time, launched in conjunction with World Tiger Day 2011, trains a spotlight on the poaching crisis in Belum-Temengor and calls for the problem to be put on the national agenda. These forests in northern Perak are of critical importance for the conservation of tigers and other endangered species, yet research and monitoring by WWF-Malaysia and TRAFFIC Southeast Asia since 2008 have documented decimation of the wildlife by relentless illegal hunting, with little standing in poachers’ way.

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On the Frontlines of Tiger Conservation

On the Frontlines of Tiger Conservation

Ramesh Thapa, Assistant Warden at Bardia National Park in Nepal, spends long days working to protect tigers and communities surrounding the park. Ramesh is one of many WWF partners on the frontlines working towards Zero Poaching of Tigers, an initiative to stop tiger killing and trading at its source.

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