Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place

Fewer than 5,000 tigers remain in the wild. In the last 50 years alone, three sub-species of tigers have gone extinct in Asia.

China banned the domestic trade in tiger parts in 1993. But in an attempt to reopen this trade, large scale tiger farms in China are breeding tigers at a frightening rate to produce tiger products for commercial trade such as tiger bone wine, misleadingly promoted as traditional medicine.

 
Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place. Your views will be personally conveyed to China's leaders.

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