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It’s estimated there are only 3,890 tigers currently left in the wild.
Between 2000 and 2015 alone, at least 1,755 tigers were captured or killed. That’s almost half the current wild tiger population.
Help us to double tigers in the wild! Download our sticker pack and share it with your friends - Viber will match any donation made to WWF up to the value of $10,000 until October 18!
Have you downloaded our tiger sticker pack yet? Get some cute tiger images to share with your friends and help spread the message about WWF’s mission to double tigers in the wild by 2022.
Simply click on the sticker below!
You’ll also be able to message our chat bot, who’s sharing amazing tiger facts with tiger lovers just like you!
Hey Tiger lovers! Guess what?!
Did you know you can share WWF tiger videos in your chats with the Vlipsy chat extension? Tap GIF+ and select Vlipsy to get started, or tap the link below: viber://chatex?service=vlipsy&search=WWFTigers
It’s Tiger Thursday! We hope you’ve enjoyed all of our posts about tigers in the last few weeks. Let us know what content you liked the most, so we can make our posts even better.
Simply click like on your favourite messages!
Beautiful photos of animals
Interesting facts about animals
Quizzes and games
What kinds of posts would you like to see more of on Viber?
Great news, tiger lovers!
WWF have reached 1/3 of our fundraising goal thanks to your generous donations! Every $1 raised goes towards our effort to double tigers by 2022.
Don’t forget that Viber is matching every donation WWF receives up to $10,000 through the sticker clicker until October 18th! Because 2 is better than 1.
Share with your friends and help us reach our goal today.
Behind the Scenes: Our Planet
Wow, amazing news - the Our Planet Netflix series created in collaboration with WWF has just won 2 Emmy awards for Outstanding Documentary Series and Outstanding Narrator! Go behind the scenes to discover how the crew filmed incredible wildlife spectacles for this ground-breaking natural history series... 👇 https://www.ourplanet.com/en/video/our-changing-planet/
Voice for the Planet
Nature is essential for all the things we need to survive and thrive. But human activity is pushing the natural systems we all rely on to the edge, threatening all life on Earth. This Friday people around the globe will take part in the #ClimateMarches. Next week world leaders are at the UN General Assembly Climate Summit in New York. Whether you’re able to take part or not, you can still make you Voice heard. Show your leaders that you want to see an ambitious New Deal for Nature and People that protects and restores nature by 2030 – safeguarding at least 30 per cent of natural spaces and sustainably managing the rest, while limiting global warming to 1.5°C. Add your voice for the planet to support urgent action. http://www.voicefortheplanet.org
We’re seeing the impacts of a changing climate every day. From severe weather events to melting ice. World governments must step up their ambition and take action to tackle the climate crisis
Together, we can make a difference. Will you use your voice to call for real action to stop the climate crisis?
The UNGA is underway, and people are making their voices heard Be there with them. Add your Voice For The Planet: panda.org/voice
The climate march is underway, and people are making their voices heard Be there with them. Add your Voice For The Planet: panda.org/voice
Happy World Rhino Day 2019! 🦏
We want to celebrate by sharing some of our conservation success stories with you!
WWF is part of the Sumatran Rhino Rescue Alliance. By partnering with leading organisations as well as the Indonesian government, we aim to bring the Sumatran rhino back from the brink of extinction! Sadly, there are fewer than 80 Sumatran Rhinos left in the world.
The greatest threat now facing the species is the distance that separates their small populations. We hope to create a source population from which these rhinos can someday be reintroduced into the wild. The positive news is last year, WWF as part of the Sumatran Rhino Rescue successfully rescued and relocated a critically endangered but healthy female rhino to a secure facility in Kalimantan! 🦏🙌
Hi tiger lovers! We’ve got some great news to share with you all! Thanks to your support we’ve reached 50% of our fundraising target for tigers. Every $1 raised goes towards our effort to double tigers by 2022.Head to the Tiger chatbot to take part in our interactive tiger quiz and donate to help us reach 100%! Thank you for your help: viber://pa/?chatURI=wwftigers
Hi tiger lovers! We’ve got some great news to share with you all! Thanks to your support we’ve reached 50% of our fundraising target for tigers. Every $1 raised goes towards our effort to double tigers by 2022. Head to the Tiger chatbot to take part in our interactive tiger quiz and donate to help us reach 100%! Thank you for your help: viber://pa/?chatURI=wwftigers