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Stars come out to help Save Wild Tigers

As few as 3,200 tigers survive in the wild today. That’s why wild tigers need all the friends they can get. On March 3, 2011 celebrities, conservation leaders and campaigners will attend an exclusive Gala Night in London to raise funds for this critically endangered species

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Hopes and fears – tigers wait for help, but for how long?

Amid growing apprehension, conservationists at the International Tiger Forum are still awaiting a sign that governments are willing to turn words into action to save the world’s 3,200 remaining wild tigers from possible extinction and fear the meeting may close without essential commitments being made by Asia’s leaders

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Action not words is needed to save tigers

Participants in the International Tiger Forum taking place in St Petersburg, Russia are cautioned that they must act decisively now or face a future in which the wild tiger is extinct – as few as 3,200 wild tigers remain and the time for toothless if well-intentioned declarations is long gone

A colourful painting of a tiger between two trees with the title: ROAR! Imagine a tiger
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A night of ROAR entertainment

The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and ROAR Collective present 'ROAR! Imagine a Tiger', a fundraising extravaganza starring poet/musician John Hegley and acclaimed cartoonist Tony Husband, creator of Private Eye’s Yobs

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Global police swoop traps tiger traders

EIA welcomes the news that INTERPOL, an international police organisation, has joined the fight to end the tiger trade. An international law enforcement operation coordinated by INTERPOL has led to the arrest of 25 individuals suspected of taking part in the illicit trade of one of the world’s most endangered species