In the last 100 years, tigers home range has declined by around 95%. And although the situation has improved over the past decade, it is still critical.
The tiger is the apex predator and in the wild it can only be threatened by one enemy - the most cruel predator on the planet - a human. The main problems of the extinction of tigers in the 20th century were, poaching and the reduction of natural habitat. Tigers breed successfully if they have enough territory, food and water. Therefore, by preserving the habitat of tigers, we preserve the resources necessary for our planet and, eventually, for us, people.