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More than 1,000 varieties of reptiles and fish are sheltered in our National Wildlife Refuge System. These are some of the species NWRA is working to protect:
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Today is #GlobalTigerDay! Only 3,200 tigers remain in the wild; you can make a difference! ow.ly/zHO45
About 13 hours ago from Refuge Association's Twitter via Hootsuite
DID YOU KNOW? The average litter size of tigers is 2-3 cubs, with the largest being 6. #GlobalTigerDay ow.ly/zHNSu
Yesterday from Refuge Association's Twitter via Hootsuite
Happy #GlobalTigerDay! The #TigersforTigers Coalition is working with schools to help #saveourmascot, the tiger! ow.ly/zHNM8
DID YOU KNOW? The average life span of a wild tiger is about 10-15 years. #GlobalTigerDay ow.ly/zHOdu
Help us to #SavetheStamp by writing a letter to @SenatorCarper! #GlobalTigerDay ow.ly/zHOmn
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