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Today, due to habitat loss caused by deforestation, and hunting by human poachers, the Bengal tiger is considered to be an endangered species. Despite being the most common of all the tiger species, there are thought to be around 2,000 Bengal tigers left in the wild.
And WHY...because people go to the tiger habitats and make there illegal woodcutting...that's why the tigers attack and try to keep their habitat. We have to stop it and the only one who can help us is WWF. We can show WWF that there are many of us who care.
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