Dimensions 66 x 49 x 36 cm (H*L*W) 18.1 kgs
The Bengal tiger in India, the top of the food chain, should theoretically have nothing to worry about. But this is very far from the reality of their lives. Trying to leap, the Bengal tiger is being lassoed and pulled down by the conflict and greed of humans. There are only 2,500 left in the wild, and with the lift of the Chinese ban on the use of tiger parts in traditional medicines, this number will dwindle even further. We need to cut the rope and set these beautiful creatures free before they will never be able to fly again.