HELP SAVE THE WORLD'S LAST REMAINING WILD SIBERIAN TIGERS! Urge the Russian government to link up all existing Siberian Tiger Habitat & PROTECT IT! It is estimated the wild population of Siberian tigers at around 350-450 tigers. Almost all wild Siberian tigers live in the SE corner of Russia. The Siberian –or Amur- tiger is considered a CRITICALLY ENDANGERED species with primary threats to its' survival being poaching & habitat loss from intensive logging & development. PLZ Sign & Share!
A Bengali white tiger cub and its Siberian tiger mother are seen in a tiger park in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Sept. 9, 2011. Five two-month-old Bengali white tiger cubs grew healthily in the park with the feeding of a female Siberian tiger. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)
The Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica), also known as the Amur tiger, is a tiger subspecies inhabiting mainly the Sikhote Alin mountain region with a small subpopulation in southwest Primorye province in the Russian Far East. In 2005, there were 331–393 adult-subadult Amur tigers in this region, with a breeding adult population of about 250 individuals. The Siberian tiger is the largest living felid and ranks among the biggest felids that ever existed.
The Siberian Tiger is the largest cat in the world. 100 years ago, there were nine tiger subspecies. Now there are six. All tigers are highly endangered, with a total population across all subspecies estimated under 3,800.