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All 13 tiger range countries have made a commitment to double the number of wild tigers by 2022. This is the goal that WWF is working towards.

Tigers will never get this chance again, and neither will mankind. The Global Tiger Recovery Plan resulted from the 2010 Tiger Summit at St Petersburg, Russia, outlines how each country can contribute to this ambitious goal. We need to keep this momentum going and update the progress made so far.

The tiger is a priority species at WWF. If they can thrive in the wild, it is also an indicator that the ecosystem they live in with so many other species is doing well. Help us accelerate tiger recovery efforts.

TOGETHER WE CAN REVERSE A CENTURY OF DECLINE

TX2 is possible.
For the first time in over a century, wild tiger numbers have stopped declining
and may even be on the rise.

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