Breeding


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Rewilding

Three beautiful South China  tiger cubs were recently born at Save China’s Tiger’s Laohu Valley Reserve in South Africa. Save China’s Tigers’ successful breeding and rewilding project in South Africa has contributed to the steady increase in the number

of the world’s most endangered tiger, the South China Tiger.


The one male and two female South China tiger cubs appear rambunctious, healthy and strong, and have been carefully assessed by a veterinarian and biologists.

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Conservation

The South China tiger is the ancestral root of all tigers, a national, cultural icon of China, and yet it is the most critically endangered of tigers with about 100 left in captivity.

Our mission is to restore, reintroduce and protect a genetically viable population of South China tigers and its biodiverse ecosystem.

Triplets Born at Laohu!


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The South China Tiger, also known as the ‘Chinese’, or ‘Amoy’ tiger is considered critically endangered by the IUCN. There are few, if any in the wild, with the last confirmed sighting over two decades ago. There are currently about 100 in captivity in Chinese zoos, reserves and in the care of

Save China’s Tigers.

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4 minute video about the China Tiger Project.

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