Skin and Bones

Unravelling the Illegal and controversial industry that threatens global biodiversity.

MAP: Where are the tigers?

Estimates are that 7'000 captive tigers reside in facilities across China and South-East Asia, where they are intensively bred for trade and commercial purposes. The interactive map below (created by tiger campaigners at EIA International) pinpoints where tigers are kept, facilities implicated in trade and planned facilities. Providing a glimpse into the murky world of tiger farming.  

This map and other resources are available on EIA's website. 

Map Credit: EIA #WhereRtheTigers

The map is based on openly available information and is not an exhaustive list of facilities with captive tigers. Note that not all facilities are implicated in trade.

Credit: Jeffrey Rolinc

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