Born to Be Wild
Tigers are one of the most revered animals on our planet. They are also one of the most endangered.
Born to be wild - Saving the majestic tiger explores the world of wild tigers, the threats to their survival, and the actions people are taking to save tigers and their habitats worldwide. The lessons and activities also encourage your students to examine, discuss and debate the issues that have brought wild tigers to the brink of extinction, including habitat loss, poaching and wildlife trade.
UK Secondary School Teaching Guide and Lessons »
Suitable for Key Stage 3 and 4
International Primary Teaching Guide and Lessons »
Adaptable for primary schools in Ireland and the UK (Key Stage One and Two)
Interactive Guide »
Based on the printed guide with bonus video, images, text and quiz content; perfect for white boards and extension activities.
Big Cats Worksheet »
Explore conservation status and comparisons among other big cats worldwide
Animal Poster Set »
Each with an inspirational quote
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Supported by Nat Geo Wild
Take a look at the Nat Geo Wild website, which features information on Sea Life, Creepy Crawlies, the Wild World and Pets and Rescuers. Check out the video player for your favourite shows as well.