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πŸ―πŸ…πŸΌ 12 tiger cubs rescued! πŸ…πŸ―πŸΌ | WWF Germany

πŸ―πŸ…πŸΌ 12 tiger cubs rescued! πŸ…πŸ―πŸΌ

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There was a happy ending for these 12 tiger cubs 🧑 They were supposed to be smuggled from Vietnam to Laos and probably processed into tiger products such as amulets, tiger wine and supposed medicine. 😞🐯 Luckily they were saved from their sad and uncertain fate and rescued by a wildlife rescue team.

But unfortunately reality often looks different. Tiger cubs like these are bred en masse in illegal tiger farms to meet the demand for illegal products.

We call for tougher prosecution of poaching and smuggling, the closure of illegal wildlife markets and consistent action against tiger farms.

πŸ‘‰ Share this video now to give the tigers a voice!

🧑 Let's act together to create a future where tigers can live safely in their natural habitat.

Note: The video material is from 2012, but unfortunately the topic remains current.

#stoppoaching #savethetigers #stoptigerfarming #protectwildlife

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