The Malayan tiger is going extinct – how do we save it?

The Malayan tiger, 'Panthera tigris jacksoni', is critically endangered and will be extinct in the wild in Malaysia in as little as three to four years. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

When conservationists spotted the mother and her three children gambolling across the forest floor in the dusky gloom, they were delighted.

The team at World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia) captured footage of the Malayan tigress with her three cubs at one of its camera traps installed in the Belum-Temenggor forest complex, Perak, earlier in the year – not once but twice in the span of just one month.

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