Siberian Tiger

Endangered animal

Why the Siberian tiger is endangered ?

Siberian tiger is endangered because the threats of poaching, and habitat loss from intense logging and development.Tigers are most commonly poached for their fur and for body parts used in traditional Chinese medicine. Most tigers were killed to meet the demand for their bones and other parts used in this practice.

About the Siberian tiger

About the Siberian tiger

Fun Facts: Siberian tiger is the worlds largest cat and it averages about 11ft in length, with a tail that is 3ft. Adult male Siberian Tiger can weigh up to 700 lb, while female are smaller and weigh up to 400 lb. The Siberian tigers can be found in a small region in the southeast Russia, and also located in small numbers in China and North Korea.

Why Tigers Matter?

The loss of tigers would inevitability mean the loss of cultural and spiritual values that connects humans to the wild world. There is a wealth of legend and lore connected with the tiger in Asian cultures. Being on top of the food web the loss of large predators may lead to over abundance of herbivores such as deer, which in turn repercussions on tree regeneration and seed dispersal.

It is important to keep tigers safe.

Tigers are important to the ecosystem just like all animals this animal for Russian culture and is important to the world.