Tiger wandering in the forest

Thank you for signing up to the Wildlife Selfie Code!

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You’ve earned your stripes for tigers and other animals held captive for so-called “entertainment”.

By signing the pledge, you’ve committed to help end the suffering and abuse of wild animals in the tourism industry.

Together we can educate tourists and move the tourism industry to reduce the demand for cruel wildlife experiences such as selfish selfies.

Can you do one more thing to help protect vulnerable animals around the world? Tigers are being threatened not just by the tourism industry, they need your help. Find out more and make a gift to protect these endangered big cats.

Make a gift

Thank you for taking action to help tigers and other wild animals. We’ll keep you updated on our wildlife work.


The more people who join us, the more we can achieve. 

We know that change is possible, because we’ve made it happen time and again. By sharing campaigns, signing petitions and ramping up the pressure on decision makers, we can move the world for animals. 

Would you help spread the word?





Staff at a layer hens protest, Sydney, Australia

Take action

Take action today by signing our petitions and pledging to protect wildlife and farm animals.

Chained tiger cub in a tourist venue

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You can help end the exploitation of tigers for entertainment and traditional medicine.

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Stop cruel koala cuddles

Call on the Queensland Premier to join other states in banning cruel koala encounters, including koala cuddles, selfies.

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