In the 1950s, there were an estimated 3,000 Malayan tigers in Malaysia. Today, its numbers have seen a drastic drop to less than 150 individuals. The Malayan tiger is currently listed as Critically Endangered under the IUCN Red List, meaning it faces an extremely high risk of extinction. Time is running out for our tigers. We must act now to save our national symbol of pride, or we’ll lose them forever. Adopt a Malayan tiger and join us as a tiger protector. 

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Here’s how your adoption will help our tiger conservation efforts: 

  • Supporting wages for field assistants to conduct patrolling and camera-trapping
  • Providing rations and consumables for patrolling work
  • Purchasing camping equipment to carry out field surveys
  • Covering logistics and transportation costs
  • Supporting critical awareness and communications initiatives conducted with the community and civil society

Threats to the Malayan Tigers:





‘WE CAN’T GIVE UP HOPE JUST YET.’
“Tiger cubs are still being photographed. There are still female tigers in the forest, they can still repopulate and increase the number of tigers. There are still a lot of things to be done, but it has to be now.” – Christopher Wong, Senior Wildlife Monitoring Officer