A fierce, endangered beauty
The Siberian Tigers are found throughout Western and Central Asia. These beautiful tigers live in lush forests and jungles. This is a nice habitat for them because the water over there attracts many of their preys. Their habitat's climate is temperate. Their homes are dens. This is useful because they can hide out in their dens and wait for prey to come across.
some structural adaptations for sibrian tigers are: long front legs to help them jump further, a flexible backbone to help catch prey faster, and sharp retractable claws for catching prey. others are their stripes that help them camoflauge from unexpecting prey. Siberian Tigers have strong jaws, camoflauge, and great hearing. They are speedy, qiuck and strong. when stalking a prey they hide then ambush their prey.
reasons for endangerment
There are only 400-500 siberian tigers left in the world, and they are considered endangered by IUCN's red list. one reason for endangerment is loss of habitat due to deforestation. In addition, tigers are poached, or illegally hunted, for their fur and body parts that are used for traditional medicine.
Efforts have been made to curb poaching of tigers and to protect tiger habitats. Many countries, including th United States, have created laws that outlaw the importation and selling of tiger parts. There are also breeding programs to help sustain the tiger population. You should help these tigers because they are endangered and innocent.