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Thailand: Wild Animal Postage Sheet (7th Series) Tigers With Wwf Logo

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Wild Animal Postage Stamps (7th Series) - Tigers
with WWF logoProtecting the King of JungleTigers are
mammals of the same family as cats. These large cats
are unique in appearance and behavior. They are
nocturnal animals who hunt at night. Tigers are
recognized as the King of the jungle and hunters of
exceptional skill. However, the rapid decrease in
tiger population in recent years makes it imperative
for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to seriously step
up its tiger conservation efforts. The WWF is an
international organization that has been involved in
wildlife conservation for over 40 years. Its
missions are dedicated to the protection and
conservation of natural resources and the
environment through a combination of scientific
knowledge and local wisdom. WWF has also developed
close collaborations with numerous individuals,
conservation groups and organizations at different
levels in many countries all over the world.Design
1: Marbled Cat / Pardofelis marmorata Design 2:
Asiatic Golden Cat / Pardofelis temminckii Design
3: Leopard Cat / Prionailurus bengalsensis Design
4: Flat-headed Cat / Prionailurus planiceps

Item Info:

Item #: 141619
Category: Stamps: Asia: Thailand
Last updated: June 29, 2012
Item: Single Collectible
Condition: New
Item for: Sale

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