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National Geographic 2021 Tigers Wall Calendar

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National Geographic's Tigers 2021 wall calendar offers a series of stunn

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National Geographic's Tigers 2021 wall calendar offers a series of stunning images taken by acclaimed wildlife photographers. Each image is accompanied by a large grid with moon phases and major holidays.

The tiger is the largest of the big cats. It is one of nature's fiercest predators, able to kill an animal twice its size. It waits until dark and hunts alone. Like fingerprints, no two tigers have the same stripes. Its captivating beauty only adds to its prominence in myth and folklore. National Geographic supports vital work in conservation, research, exploration, and education. Tigers are currently endangered throughout their range. National Geographic's Big Cat Initiative is making efforts to support scientists and conservationists working to save tigers and other big cats in the wild. 

  • Includes a three-year at-a-glance page
  • Earth friendly, with soya-based inks on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper
  • Paperback
  • 26 pages
  • Ages 12+

  • Published by Zebra Publishing Corp.
  • Paper
  • 13'' H x 12'' W
  • Printed in U.S.A.

Item No. 477414860801

Express shipping not available for this item. This item cannot be shipped internationally or outside the contiguous United States. It can only be shipped to a physical address, not to a P.O. Box, APO or FPO address. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

National Geographic's Tigers 2021 wall calendar offers a series of stunning images taken by acclaimed wildlife photographers. Each image is accompanied by a large grid with moon phases and major holidays.

The tiger is the largest of the big cats. It is one of nature's fiercest predators, able to kill an animal twice its size. It waits until dark and hunts alone. Like fingerprints, no two tigers have the same stripes. Its captivating beauty only adds to its prominence in myth and folklore. National Geographic supports vital work in conservation, research, exploration, and education. Tigers are currently endangered throughout their range. National Geographic's Big Cat Initiative is making efforts to support scientists and conservationists working to save tigers and other big cats in the wild. 

  • Includes a three-year at-a-glance page
  • Earth friendly, with soya-based inks on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper
  • Paperback
  • 26 pages
  • Ages 12+

  • Published by Zebra Publishing Corp.
  • Paper
  • 13'' H x 12'' W
  • Printed in U.S.A.

Item No. 477414860801

Express shipping not available for this item. This item cannot be shipped internationally or outside the contiguous United States. It can only be shipped to a physical address, not to a P.O. Box, APO or FPO address. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.