INDIA - A two-year-old Bengal tiger is seen in Bandhavgarh National Park in the Madhya Pradesh region of India. #PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD PACKWOOD, GETTY IMAGES #wildlife wilderness animal pet nature amazing big cat

INDIA - A two-year-old Bengal tiger is seen in Bandhavgarh National Park in the Madhya Pradesh region of India. #PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD PACKWOOD, GETTY IMAGES #wildlife wilderness animal pet nature amazing big cat

TELL Thailand- Don't Destroy Tiger Habitat! There are fewer than 300 Indochinese tigers remaining in Thailand, and a new dam project threatens one of their last intact habitats. The project would destroy a national park in western Thailand- flooding 8 square miles where tigers are having a successful recovery.

TELL Thailand- Don't Destroy Tiger Habitat! There are fewer than 300 Indochinese tigers remaining in Thailand, and a new dam project threatens one of their last intact habitats. The project would destroy a national park in western Thailand- flooding 8 square miles where tigers are having a successful recovery.

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Tigers love water and are excellent swimmers. Here, in the Sundarbans National Park in India, tigers live in mangrove swamps and forests, sharing their habitat with saltwater crocodiles. (Neelsky/ Shutterstock)

Tigers love water and are excellent swimmers. Here, in the Sundarbans National Park in India, tigers live in mangrove swamps and forests, sharing their habitat with saltwater crocodiles. (Neelsky/ Shutterstock)

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