Don't try to pet 'em:
A Sumatran tiger awaited surgery for injuries it received when it was caught in a snare. It died Monday before being treated. (AP Photo/ Heri Juanda)
Nice kitty. Good kitty.
"Despite campaign, tigers dwindling" by Associated Press | October 28, 2009
KATMANDU, Nepal - The world’s tiger population is declining fast despite efforts to save them, and new strategies are urgently needed to keep the species from dying out, international wildlife specialists said yesterday....
An estimated 3,500 to 4,000 tigers now roam the world’s forests, down from the more than 100,000 estimated at the beginning of the 20th century. All the remaining tigers are in Asia. Participants at the conference, which also includes the World Bank, the World Wildlife Fund, and other groups, plan to discuss strategies for tiger conservation....
What business does the WORLD BANK have in PROTECTING TIGERS?
Globalist land seizures afoot?
And if they couldn't protect them for the 100+ years they have been running the planet, why should we trust them to "preserve" it now?
In a recent case, a Sumatran tiger died after being caught in a pig snare last week in Indonesia, the country’s news agency, Antara, reported Monday.
Oh, things are returning to normal, are they?
The report said the tiger died as it was being prepared for surgery Monday. Only about 250 Sumatran tigers remain in the wild. “Despite our efforts in the last three decades, tigers still face threats of survival. The primary threat is from poaching and habitat loss,’’ Nepal’s prime minister, Madhav Kumar Nepal, told the conference. He said extreme poverty has also challenged efforts....
I don't get it; banks don't seem to be too poor right now.
The 13 countries where wild tigers are still found include Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand, and Vietnam.