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Choose from 138 pictures in our Animalstck collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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ANIMALS Tigers

Library filer dated 03/06/2003 of a tiger and his cub. A huge increase in trade in tiger skins is increasing pressure on an already threatened species, it was warned Friday September 23 2005. The warning comes as dramatic new findings released from investigations in China and the Tibet Autonomous Region, reveal the previously unknown scale of the trade in tiger and leopard skins. See PA Story ANIMALS Tigers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: PA

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Tapir Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoos' newly-born female Brazilian Tapir, takes some exercise. The calf was born on December 19, 2003 and is the twelfth offspring of mother Harriet. Found in low lying forests in Columbia, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, Brazilian Tapirs give birth to a single young after a 13 month gestation period, with the animals loosing their distinctive striped pattern - which acts as comouflage on the forest floor - after around a year.

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Sigra the Sumatran tiger

Sigra the Sumatran tiger, at Dublin Zoo, Ireland. 16/03/2004: Habitat loss and illegal trade in animal parts threatens the Sumatran tiger - the last of Indonesia's tiger species, according to a report out Tuesday March 16, 2004. It reveals that at least 50 Sumatran tigers have been poached per year between 1998 and 2002. A report issued by the wildlife trade monitoring network, Traffic and the conservation charity World Wildlife Fund, entitled: Trade of the Sumatran Tiger, that the species may become extinct in a few years unless poaching and destruction of its habititat are stopped immediately. The report states that less than 500 of the species remain in the wild and more than 50 were killed annually in 1998-2002.

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