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Only as few as 3,900 tigers are left in the wild

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There are only as few as 3,900 tigers in the wild due to rampant illegal poaching and habitat loss. WWF is working to double the number of tigers by 2022, but we cannot do this on our own. This is why WWF is collaborating with Tiger Beer to raise greater awareness to help #doubletigers. We?ve got something exciting to announce in the second year of our partnership ? stay tuned!

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