The Amur Tiger or Siberian Tiger
Quote from WWF: "The Amur or Siberian tiger is the largest sub-species of tiger and is primarily found in south-eastern Russia and northern China. In the 1960s it was close to extinction but its numbers recovered and are around 450 today. Poaching and habitat destruction once again push this tiger close to the edge."
We need to help. It can't be that tigers and other animals are near extinction. And it's mostly the fault of the humans. It CANNOT be possible for such a large species to just die out.
We humans push them back, take away their natural habitat, hunt them, abuse them, and do much more worse things.
These things need to stop.
I am a person who is always deeply concerned with the world and their inhabitants. I love helping people, yes, but animals have no voice. They cannot stand up and tell the humans to stop. They cannot fight back, they cannot save themselves.
We humans are the cause of their extinction, but we can also be their saviors. We CAN help. Everyone can. Quote from WWF: "We have lost 97% of our wild tigers in just over a century. With as few as 3,200 remaining, action is needed to increase and strengthen their habitat and protect the species from major threats such as poaching."
For more information on tigers, etc, please go to this site:
[link] . It is an excellent information source from the WWF, telling you about the different species of tigers, the threats to tigers, but also ways of saving them.
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žion=&global=1&q=capukat#/d592xuz inspired me to do this thing. I wanted to do it before too, because I actually want to ACHIEVE something with my art. Please also check out Capukat's group [link] Animal Awareness. I am a contributer to this group myself and I hope I COULD contribute something.
Also thank you for taking the time to read this.
I hope you consider donating something to help save the tigers or spread the word like I do by making some art. I feel like this is the least I can do.
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