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Take action-save tigers

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take
action
- save
tigers

WWF
Care for the wild
Panthera
Javan Tiger
Caspian Tiger
Bali Tiger
Indochinese Tiger
Male tigers
Female tigers
260 cm
180 kg
240 cm
120 kg
Habitat
:
living in the mountains
extinct in south China 5 years ago
400 tigers are living Thailand, Laos and Vietnam
the trend of the living tigers is going down
Reasons for endangering
How can we help?
Amur Tiger
Habitat
Behaviour
GET INVOLVED!
Why does the Tiger's endangerment matter?
http://www.careforthewild.com/what-we-do/
http://www.careforthewild.com/become-a-wildlife-hero/
http://www.raubkatzen.info/indochinesischer-tiger.shtml
http://www.plasticoceans.net/wp-content/uploads/WWF-logo.gif
http://ivo.org/assets/content/medium/2013/07/23/logo_care_for_the_wild.jpg
http://endangeredspecies.about.com/od/extinctionpastandpresent/ss/Timeline-Of-Tiger-Extinctions_3.htm
http://tigertribe.net/tigers-origin/extinct-subspecies-balinese-tiger/caspian-tiger/
http://www.sos-arsenic.net/images/tiger3.jpeg
http://www.tigers-world.com/sumatran-tiger/
http://endangeredspecies.about.com/od/extinctionpastandpresent/ss/Timeline-Of-Tiger-Extinctions_2.htm
http://www.petermaas.nl/extinct/speciesinfo/balitiger.htm
http://www.raubkatzen.info/sibirischer-tiger.shtml
http://andysworld.net/images/Tiger_Analysis/Javan%20Tiger/tyger.jpg
http://www.panthera.org/node/59#Javan
http://www.petermaas.nl/extinct/speciesinfo/javantiger.htm
http://tigertribe.net/tigers-origin/extinct-subspecies-balinese-tiger/javan-tiger/
http://www.tigerhomes.org/animal/curriculums/bali-tiger-pc.cfm
http://projecttiger.nic.in/content/107_1_Background.aspx
http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-live/photos/000/724/cache/cyber-poaching-radio-collars-tiger_72423_600x450.jpg
https://greatcatsoftheworld.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/tiger-poached.jpg
Sources

WWF
=
W
orld
W
ildlife
F
und



save tigers now:
-> global campaign

goal:
to double the number of tigers until 2022

project tiger:
NTCA
setting up tiger reserves

Sumatran Tiger
smallest living tiger in the world
Indonesian island of Sumatra
mountainous jungle, peat swamp forest
300 pounds (male) / up to 10 meters
Content
last documented in the 70's
officially
extinct
since 1958
General information
Behavior & Habitat
sub-species
Reasons for endangering
Why does the Tiger's endangerment matter?
Organisations
Get involved
Concept
Sources
second largest sub-species
similar to Siberian Tiger

Russian army was ordered to hunt down
1947 declared as protected species in USSR
1957 same in Iran
"When they are gone, when every last life has been
stolen
, how will you remember them?
Extinction is forever."
taken from: http://ourcompass.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/tiger-snow-1-1.jpg , 02.07.14; 17h57
founded in
2006
programs:
largest dedicated funder of wild cat conservation
Programs:
Bengal Tiger
Save the Tiger Fund (STF)
Tigers Forever
smallest sub-species
dark orange fur; few stripes

hunted by Balinese and European people
always low population
goal:
increase the number of tigers by 50% over a 10-year period
last documented in 1937
alternative name: Siberian Tiger
living species: 500
the largest tiger
living in mountains or different forests
hunts at night
second largest tiger
Indian, Bangladesh, Myanmar
dense tropical forest and mangroves
national animal of Bangladesh
most numerous species of tigers in Asia
yellow, coat, black stripes, white belly
South China Tiger
(critically endangered since 1996)
Male:
230-265 cm
130-175 kg
Female:
220-265 cm
110-115 kg
Female:
215cm -230cm
75kg -90kg
Male:
240cm -250cm
100kg -140kg
considered to be gone in 1980
officially
extinct
since 1994
Female:
Male:
1950's
4.000 individuals in the wild
1982
1987
2007
150-200 individuals
30-40 individuals
270cm -310cm
180kg -300kg
no confirmed presence
hunted down
loss of habitat, depletion of prey
majority is gone since the 1940's
similar to the Sumatran tiger, but darker fur
also striped on the flanks
longest whiskers of the sub-species
swamps, grasslands mountains and rainforests
the habitat helps to camouflage
they like water, shelter, food
Wherever
man
moved in, the (...) tigers were ruthlessly
hunted down
or
poisoned
.
taken from "The Sixth Extinction" by Elizabeth Kolbert, 03.07.14 15h22
Female:

up to 200cm
75-115kg



Male:

200-245cm
100-140kg




Female:

160-180cm

Male:

200-270cm
Weight: up to 240kg
Female:

180-200cm
65-80kg
Male:

220-235cm
90-100kg
Facts about Tigers
Tiger means arrow (Greek ,,Tigris")
Species exists since 2 Mil. years
6 subspecies left (3 are extinct)
Size depends on habitat
every tiger has its own distinct pattern of stripes
can leap forward up to 10 meter
Hybrids: liger and tigon
Mutation: white tigers
Famous tigers: Tigger, Shir Khan
illegal trade (poaching)

loss of habitat and prey

conflict with humans

climate change
A tiger's role in nature:
maintains the population of animals in their territory
stabilizes ecosystems
-> also important for humans
plays a large role in tradition of some countries
in their habitat region, people gain money because of tourists
goal:

ending the tiger trade and the sale of tiger parts
securing habitats for tigers - and people
stopping the tiger poachers
ending the tiger trade and the sale of tiger parts
advocacy and education
saving the last tigers
founded in 1969
saves individual animals and habitats
40 countries
officially
extinct
since 2003
„There is
absolutely
no reason, that moving forward, your children (…) should not have the same
beauty
wandering among them as we do, as we are
honoured
and
blessed
to have with us. Let’s
all
make that happen.”
Alan Rabinowitz, CEO Panthera at NatGeo Live, 27.01.14
founded in 1984
Malayan Tiger
(endangered since 2008)
Male:
Female:
190-280 cm
47-149 kg
180-260 cm
24-88 kg
recognized as a new subspecies in 2004
around 500 individuals left in the wild
timid, secretive, solitary
territory varies from 10 - 1000 km²
gestation averages 104 to 106 days
tigress teaches the cubs how to hunt
separation at about 2 years age
There are man-eating tigers!
240cm-270cm
100kg -180kg
Tell other people about the danger for the tiger
Buy products, which support tigers and its habitat

Adopt a tiger
Donate in tiger project

Become a member in an organization
http://www.worldwildlife.org/species/south-china-tiger
http://animals.pawnation.com/south-chinese-tigers-live-2384.html
http://www.livescience.com/29822-tiger-subspecies-images.html
http://www.tigers.org.za/malayan-tiger.html#.U8GZ_PRdXVs
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malayan_tiger
http://www.worldwildlife.org/species/malayan-tiger
http://allabouttigers.voila.net/behaviour.htm
http://allabouttigers.voila.net/hunting.htm
http://allabouttigers.voila.net/cubs.htm
http://allabouttigers.voila.net/maneater.htm
http://www.panthera.org/about/letter-chairman
http://www.panthera.org/species/tiger
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Osg_noOYN9o/UKzqk1cS7fI/AAAAAAAAvLQ/CVVJLRu4OIw/s640/indochinese_tiger_main_2.jpg
http://tigerlatrobe.wikispaces.com/file/view/vietnam_map.jpg/132973611/226x332/vietnam_map.jpg
http://www.zoo-leipzig.de/tierlexikon/tier-details/tier/amurtiger/
https://www.scmp.com/sites/default/files/2013/10/04/tiger-map_0410.jpg
http://webeyedea.info/studentwork-11-12/3-greenpeace/daniel/images/donate-tiger-action.jpg
(endangered since 2010)
(critically endangered since 2008)
Female tiger:
Male tiger:
190 cm
220 cm
180-300 kg
100-160 kg
(endangered)
people living in harmony with nature
The world's leading conservation organization
Rescue, Protect, Defend
ways to help:
donate
adopt an animal
join them
(endangered since 2010)
anti-poaching patrols
new ranger stations
education
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