The Siberian tiger, also known as the Amur tiger, is the largest subspecies of tiger. Siberian tigers are found primarily in the birch forests of Siberia, eastern Russia, China and North Korea. Siberian tigers are consid... More »

Tigers are the largest class of felines in the world, but as of 2015, they are an endangered species with a population of only about 3,200 worldwide. A tiger's life span is typically between 14 to 18 years. More »

Tigers are the largest species of cats on earth, with males growing as large as 14 feet long, including the tail, and weighing up to 650 pounds. In the wild, tigers inhabit various countries throughout Asia, and their ha... More »

Siberian tigers are large four-legged cats that are noted for their tawny red coats that feature a pattern of black stripes. Their necks, parts of their faces and their underparts are cream colored or white. Their ears a... More »

Organizations like the Siberian Tiger Project and the World Wildlife Federation are attempting to save Siberian tigers by releasing them from poachers' traps, contributing financial resources to stop poaching, eliminatin... More »

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The habitat of Siberian tigers ranges from the birch forests of eastern Russia to China and North Korea, although the majority of the population is located in Russia. It is estimated that there are 400 to 500 Siberian ti... More »

Siberian tigers live 10 to 15 years in the wild, but in captivity they can live 16 to 22 years. Also know as the Amur tiger, this is the largest member of the cat family. More »

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