Efforts to save tigers from extinction have tended to focus on preserving the habitat necessary to these animals’ survival, while at the same time curtailing hunting and poaching of wild tigers. The World Wildlife Fund, one of the main players in the fight to save tigers, has designated seven critical areas in the tiger’s range as places where these cats can most likely be preserved into the future, as part of a strategy to save this species. Efforts at each of these critical areas will rely largely on preserving habitat, eliminating hunting, and finding ways to give local people an incentive to keep tiger populations alive.
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