Donate your treats points today to help save our Malayan tigers.
DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE ARE LESS THAN 200 MALAYAN TIGERS LEFT IN THE WILD?
AT WWF-MALAYSIA, WE ARE COMMITTED TO PROTECTING OUR MALAYAN TIGERS. WILL YOU HELP SAVE OUR REMAINING TIGERS?
In the 1950s, there were an estimated 3,000 Malayan tigers in Malaysia. Today, its numbers have seen a drastic drop to less than 200 individuals. The Malayan tiger is currently listed as Critically Endangered under the IUCN Red List, meaning it faces an extremely high risk of extinction. It is a Totally Protected Species under Peninsular Malaysia’s Wildlife Conservation Act 2010. Some of the key threats to the Malayan tiger are:
We urgently need your support to help our frontliners in the field. WWF-Malaysia conducts intensive patrolling in Belum-Temengor and monitors poaching hotspots, whilst channeling relevant information to enforcement agencies. This has enabled:
Your support helps in achieving sustainable goals needed to conserve a world where our most precious species and land are protected for future generations. It can help our team members in Belum-Temengor by: