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© Souvik Kundu / WWF
© Souvik Kundu / WWF

Through exceptional efforts in tiger conservation, we have succeeded in raising the number of individuals from 3,900 in 2010 to the current 5,574. You can be a part of this story, too!

Tigers are the largest felines on earth. They are extremely elusive predators and they live mostly solitary lives. Their needs can only be met when living in the wild in their natural environment.


Since the beginning of the 20th century, approximately 95% of tigers have vanished! WWF, in collaboration with other organizations and governments, has been working intensively on a plan to double their numbers. Since 2010, when there were only about 3,900 of them in the wild, we have been implementing the Tx2 project and are delighted to announce successful results. Today, there are 5,574 tigers roaming freely around the world! Such success in nature conservation is very rare. Over the past twelve years, the tiger population has increased in Bhutan, China, India, Nepal, and Russia thanks to effective strategies and great dedication. However, much more work is needed to achieve the conservation of the species.

Although the number of tigers is increasing, it is important to note that their populations cannot fully recover if the number and extent of their habitats continue to shrink. Therefore, we ensure that their habitats are connected and of broader scope, allowing tigers to move freely while also ensuring coexistence between tigers and local communities. We are also finding financial resources for tiger conservation and the livelihoods of communities living alongside tigers.

Yes, you can help! When you adopt an animal, you significantly contribute to our work in conserving species and the importance of coexisting with both people and the wild, maintaining a precious balance.

How does it work?

Did you know?

Tigers are at the top of the food chain. They keep the numbers of smaller animals under control, which ensures that everyone has enough food, water, and space. Protecting one tiger means saving an entire ecosystem. In the forest, tigers are lone rangers. But in their early days, until two years of age, they are very much dependent on their mother. Tigers usually give birth to two to three cubs at a time. Tigers are striped to perfection: tiger stripes are as unique as human fingerprints.

Learn more about the tiger

Tigers can be found in isolated forests and grasslands throughout Asia. Their habitat is wide-ranging – from evergreen and monsoon forests to mixed coniferous-deciduous woodlands, and mangrove swamps.

There are now estimated to be around 5,574 wild tigers. Poaching is one of the biggest threats to tigers, along with habitat loss, human conflict and loss of prey.

How does it work?

First of all: thank you. You’re choosing something different. This is not a normal gift. This is a special gift because it will help protect the beautiful and fragile nature that surrounds us.
This is a perfect gift for animal lovers, environmentalists or simply people with a big heart.

Only 5 steps to complete your adoption, it’s easy!

  1. Choose the animal you love the most
  2. Personalize the certificate with your own message
  3. Fill the data (you can decide what day and what time you want the person to receive your special gift)
  4. Send the gift easily by email
  5. Enjoy the special gift

Last-minute gift? This is the perfect solution! You can send the personalized certificate very quickly! We'll keep you updated on how you're supporting our vital work.

Safety: our donation process is fully encrypted to ensure all personal and financial information is kept safe and secure.

Any questions? Take a look at our adoption FAQs .