How your ticket helps our conservation efforts
One hundred years ago it was estimated that there were 100,000 wild tigers – today the number is thought to be as few as 3,200.
The Sumatran Tiger is the last surviving subspecies of tiger in Indonesia and current estimates indicate there is around 300-500 left in the wild with a rapidly decreasing trend due to habitat destruction for unsustainable palm oil plantations and poaching for the illegal wildlife trade.
By purchasing a ticket to Tiger Encounter at Adelaide Zoo, you are not only supporting the incredible species in our care, you’re also helping us raise awareness and valuable funds to safeguard their wild cousins. Part of the income generated from our Animal Experiences contributes to the work Zoos SA does in support of a wide number of conservation programs both within and beyond our gates.
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