International Tiger Day is celebrated on July 29 every year.

International Tiger Day was created in 2010 in order to raise awareness for tiger conservation.

The goal of International Tiger Day is to promote a global understanding of the importance of tiger conservation.

There are only an estimated 3,890 tigers left in the wild.

Tigers are an endangered species due to habitat loss, fragmentation, and poaching.

Tigers once ranged throughout Asia, from Turkey to the eastern coast of Russia. Today, their range has shrunk to about 7% of its former size.

More than half of the world’s tigers live in India.

The tiger is the national animal of Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, and South Korea.