Cat's Out of the Bag - International Tiger Day is July 29th

Project C.A.T. is helping to conserve nearly six million acres of tiger habitat across 3 countries. Join us as we celebrate these magnificent animals and work to protect them for future generations to come.

July 27, 2020

Photo By: Manvendra Chauhan

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Photo By: Pongsuree Pingkanon / EyeEm

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Just Keep Swimming!

Tigers are powerful swimmers and have been known to swim great distances to hunt or cross rivers.

Original is Best

No two tigers have the same pattern of stripes.

Radical Rebound

With adequate space, prey, and protection, tiger populations can rebound rapidly, making conservation work likely to succeed.


The tiger population has declined by 96% over the last century and there are currently only 3,890 tigers left in the wild.

Pick of the Litter

A tiger’s average litter size is 3-4 cubs.

Let Me Hear You Roar

A tiger’s roar can be heard as far as a mile away.

Tigers in the Wild

Since 2010, there has been an estimated increase of 690 tigers in the wild.

Safety in Numbers

A group of tigers is known as an “ambush” or “streak."

BIG Cats

Tigers are the largest cats in the world.

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