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    African lion (Pan­thera leo)
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    Chee­tah (Aci­nonyx juba­tus)
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    Clouded leop­ard (Neo­fe­lis neb­u­losa) | more info
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    Euro­pean wild­cat (Felis sil­vestris)
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    Jaguar (Pan­thera onca)
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    Jaguarundi (Her­pail­u­rus yagouaroundi)
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    Puma, Moun­tain lion, Cougar (Puma con­color)
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    Ocelot (Leop­ar­dus pardalis)
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    Pal­las’ cat, Manul (Oto­colobus manul)
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    Sand cat (Felis mar­garita)
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    Ser­val (Lep­tail­u­rus ser­val)
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    Snow leop­ard (Pan­thera uncia) | more info
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    South Chines tiger (Pan­thera tigris ssp. amoyen­sis)

201024Dec16:53

No more tigers in the wild in 2022! No way!

Infor­ma­tion
pub­lished 24 Decem­ber 2010 | mod­i­fied 23 Novem­ber 2010
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Hosted by Russ­ian Prime Min­is­ter Vladimir Putin, the Tiger Sum­mit is the first time world lead­ers have met to dis­cuss the fate of just one species. So, that’s the first suc­cess! The Tiger Sum­mit takes place from 2124 Novem­ber, and today the Global Tiger Recov­ery Pro­gram was endorsed!! These fund­ing com­mit­ments of the coun­tries that still have wild tigers, sup­port and show the way for what is needed to save one of Mother Nature most beau­ti­ful crea­tures. Hope­fully, this ini­ti­ates more effort and money to do what we should have done years ago. (Source: WWF web­site, 23.11.2010)

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Goal: 7000 tigers in the wild

Tiger range countries map

Tiger map” (CC BY 2.5) by Sander­son et al., 2006.

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