Tiger adoption - Adopt a tiger Adopt a tiger and help the endangered tigers now living in the Wanglang Reserve, China. When you adopt a tiger, you will receive a free tiger adoption gift pack containing a tiger cuddly toy, tiger adoption certificate, WWF pen, tiger adoption card, facts about tigers and information on the work undertaken by WWF with tigers
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Tiger Distribution The Tiger lacks the speed of other cats, but their large and strong hind legs allow them to make leaps of up to 10m (33ft) in length. They have retractable claws, which means that they stay sharp, not getting worn down in day-to-day life. Their foreshortened jaws give them immense crushing power in their bites.

Predominantly solitary, tiger groups usually consist of mothers and their young, which stay with them for two years. Clearly marked home ranges keep accidental meetings and disputes to a minimum, but high levels of social tolerance have been observed, often at kill sites.

Tigers are now critically endangered due to poaching, logging and deforestation. The largest and most powerful of the cat family, the tiger's orange and black striped coat helps it to blend into dense undergrowth with ease.

By adopting a tiger, you will help ensure this endangered species is looked after and stop its decrease in numbers in the wild. Humans are making huge changes to the Earth. Forests are being felled, wetlands drained and the oceans polluted. As habitats disappear, so do the species that live in them. Air pollution caused by the burning of fossil fuels - coal, oil and gas - in the home, by power stations and transport, contributes not only to climate change, but also to health problems such as asthma. The pressures on our planet have become so great that an urgent rethink about how we behave is now necessary if we are to have a world that we and our children will want to live in.

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