Richard is a keen advocate for tiger conservation and is also keen to have the opportunity to talk to children about tigers, conservation and the story behind how he came to write the Tigeropolis series.

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Tiger Conservation

Tiger Conservation

Tigers are losing their habitat and are very much under threat. There are probably just over 4,000 tigers left in the wild today. In just over a hundred years tiger numbers have declined by about 95%.

Tigers basically need three things – space to roam, sufficient prey to feed on and protection from poaching. People need to care enough to actually change things on the ground. Thankfully there are a number of organisations trying to help, including WWF, Born Free, TigerWatch Village Guardians and our friends at TOFTigers (

The Tigeropolis Blog

Pedal Power

Posted on November 8th, 2018

We are proud to be supporting Gemma Trim on her Bike4Tigers challenge – Gemma is a most valuable member of our team, supporting many aspects of our social media presence. She will be biking an impressive 110 kms through India’s forests and jets off to India on the 17th. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tigeropolis Adventure Puzzle Game – Now Launched on Apple TV!

Posted on December 16th, 2016

Yes – budding explorers and conservationists of all ages can now have fun guiding tiger cub Bittu as he learns new skills and works out how best to get the news out that there really are tigers in Tigeropolis!

The Tigeropolis Puzzle Adventure Game is based on the acclaimed children’s series. Now on AppleTV. Search Tigeropolis on the App Store. Read the rest of this entry »

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