More than 1,000 Tigers reduced to skin and bones in last decade

17 November 2010 | News story

Parts of at least 1,069 Tigers have been seized in Tiger range countries over the past decade, according to new analysis of Tiger seizures carried out by TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network.The report Reduced to Skin and Bones shows that from January 2000 to April 2010, parts of between 1,069 and 1,220 Tigers were seized in 11 of the 13 tiger range countries—or an average of 104 to 119 animals per year. read more

 

 TRAFFIC is a joint programme between IUCN and WWF