"As we near 2022, the world’s attention has never been more focused on tigers. 2022, also known as the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese Lunar calendar, is expected to be a critical juncture on the road ahead for tiger conservation. The last Year of the Tiger, in 2010, brought forth a global commitment to double the world's tigers, known as Tx2, and the world's most ambitious recovery effort ever taken for a single species.
Tiger populations have been declining across Asia for more than 100 years, with extinctions driven by hunting and habitat loss. Securing a future for tigers means more than just saving an iconic species. If tigers are thriving in the wild, it's an indicator that the ecosystems in which they live are thriving too. We have seen great progress among many of the 13 tiger range countries who have committed to take action. Due to political support, funding, collaboration, and innovation, tiger populations are now increasing in countries such as India, Nepal, Bhutan, China, and Russia." (*WWF)
Material: Original painting, painted with acrylic on primed cotton canvas.
Canvas size: 48" x 60" (122 cm x 152 cm)
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