MALAYAN

TIGER

The Malayan Tiger, or its scientific name Panthera tigris jacksoni, is a subspecies unique to the Malay Peninsula. Globally, there are nine subspecies of tigers, three of which are extinct.

Malayan Tigers are protected under the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010 (Act 716) as a Totally Protected Species.

The 1st National Tiger Survey observation conducted in nearly 75% survey plots of tiger habitat in 2016 to 2018 found that the number of Malayan tigers were recorded to be less than 200. The trend shows that the population of Malayan Tigers is at a worrying state.

If no drastic measures are taken to address the decline of the Malayan Tiger population, Malaysia will most likely lose the species to extinction in five to ten years.

CAMPAIGN RECORDS AS OF JULY 2019

Ops
Belang

1
PATROLING
OPERATION
100
TRAPS
REMOVED
1
WILDLIFE CRIMINAL CASES CONVICTED

Save the Malayan Tiger Campaign Fund

RECORDS AS OF JULY 2019

TOTAL FUNDS RECEIVED (RM)
303

How can I help in saving our Malayan tigers?

Tigers have been living in our forests for centuries. It is a national icon and can be seen everywhere, from Malaysia’s coat of arms to the emblems of government and private institutions. In the Malay language, it is mentioned in over 50 proverbs. Let us all – the government, corporate organizations, foundations, NGOs work together as Malaysians to save our Malayan tigers.

YABhg Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali

Patron of the 'Save Our Malayan Tiger' Campaign

Be a RESPONSIBLE Malaysian