Save The Malayan Tiger is a Malaysian conservation campaign led by the Regent of Pahang.
HRH Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah aimed to protect the tigers in the state of Pahang and their ecosystem through the collaborative efforts of local Pahang citizens and organizations.
Tigers are known as the national symbol of Malaysia, representing bravery and strength. It is our utmost priority to conserve the species and ensure their well-being. We must act accordingly to ensure that future generations can witness the majestic Malayan tiger with their own eyes. We aim to help both tigers and humans to coexist peacefully.
Save The Malayan Tiger campaign aims to help create public awareness alongside conserving our tigers in their precious habitat. Extensive poaching and illegal deforestation are considerable threats to the species’ survival. As the human population grows, so does the danger to the tigers. Our efforts to save individual tigers in Pahang and reintroduce them to their natural habitat contribute to the overall sustainability of the species.
Join us to help conserve our majestic Malaysian icon in Pahang.
By saving the tigers in Pahang, we also help preserve human needs by conserving natural resources essential to the ecosystem.
We prioritize the conservation of the Malayan Tiger as one of the nation’s most endangered species through campaigns using various approaches. The wild population of these magnificent creatures is dwindling at an alarming rate. This has tremendous ramifications for our ecology since tigers play an essential part in it. Save The Malayan Tiger aims to secure the Malayan Tigers’ ecosystem by preserving the Malayan Tigers in Pahang as a treasured national symbol in the country.
Threats Affecting Our
We Fight to Preserve the Malayan Tigers
It has taken only a century to decimate more than 90% of the world’s tiger population. Hunting, poaching, habitat loss, deforestation, and a lack of prey are the most critical threats to the tiger’s survival. In addition, large feline species in Malaysia struggle to survive within their natural ecosystems due to a scarcity of prey options. The overuse of forest resources, intensive farming, and animal grazing also have contributed to their demise. There are also other issues, such as forest fragmentation where male tigers are isolated from females in other areas which hinders reproduction and weakens the gene pool. More tragically of late, there have also been cases of tigers sickened by diseases that were not present before. The tiger population is currently too low to be viable in the long term if urgent action is not taken.
We Are Committed To Doing What Is Necessary
Restore The Roar of Our Malayan Tigers in Pahang
Our ground-based conservation partners are devoted and competent organizations with a profound awareness of the environments they work in, fostering mutual respect and appreciation over many years.
How We Help
Every day, we are bombarded with stories about the havoc humans have inflicted on animals and our planet; stories about the species’ extinctions and the disappearance of natural habitats.
We can rescue the majestic tigers if we fully commit to the conservation steps outlined in the campaign. In doing so, we will protect Pahang’s precious biodiversity, which provides crucial ecosystems for our people’s well-being.
Conserving Our Malayan Tigers in Pahang
We are helping build a highly effective community defense force in Pahang, Malaysia. We have stepped forward to serve as the first line of defense by motivating and involving the local community.
How We Do It
Let’s Help the Endangered Species Today
Maintaining the species’ population at lower trophic levels is a critical role played by all animals at the top of the food chain.
Support Our Weekly Campaigns to Save The Malayan Tiger in Pahang
We aim to deepen the understanding of conserving our tigers’ habitat by using various approaches toward building the coexistence of tigers and humans in Malaysia. We value your support towards our weekly campaigns by helping us create awareness of the importance of sustaining nature’s ecosystem.