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Help Us Save Tigers: Conservation Week

Help Us Save Tigers: Conservation Week


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Only 3,900 tigers remain in the wild. What would that mean to our beloved University and our mascot if this majestic cat disappears forever? You can help us ensure extinction doesn't happen. You can help save tigers.

Clemson University and the U.S. Tiger University Consortium announce Tiger Conservation Week leading up to the Syracuse Game on Saturday, Sept. 29. Here's how you help save tigers:

1. Visit our Facebook page, like us and share our page.

2. Tag your friends on a post on our Facebook page and encourage them to watch our video featuring a young Clemson fan, Lauren Grubbs.

3. Make a donation today to the U.S. Tiger University Consortium. Donations support the critical research that our faculty and students are conducting to protect this endangered species.

https://www.facebook.com/USTigerClemson

https://www.clemson.edu/tigers-always/consortium/index.html

The tiger runs deep through Clemson's history. It's a symbol of our pride and our passion. Just as wild tigers dominate their territory, so too do Clemson Tigers dominate in the classroom and on the playing field. The tiger is at the heart of our pursuit for excellence. It is inspiration for the kind of university we want to be.

Yet, tragically, the tiger is in danger. Professionals estimate that fewer than 3,900 tigers still exist in the wild, and those that remain face an uncertain future.

In response, Clemson has embraced Tigers Always — a tiger conservation initiative in partnership with the U.S. Tiger University Consortium, an organization composed of Clemson, Auburn University, Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri. The universities are combining their expertise in training, research, technology and communications for a common goal: saving tigers.

As Clemson Tigers, we can't sit back as the few tigers left dwindle down to the point of extinction. We must take a stand alongside our fellow tiger schools to protect our beloved mascot.



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