Siberian Tiger

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It is estimated the wild population of Siberian tigers at around 350-450 tigers.

Almost all wild Siberian tigers live the Southeast corner of Russia in the Sikhote-Alin mountain range east of the Amur River. Their former range included northeastern China and the Korean Peninsula, and as far west as Mongolia. They are the largest of the tiger species and can grow up to 13 feet in length and weigh up to 700 lbs.

Threats to Siberian Tiger

The main threats to the survival of the Siberian tiger are poaching, habitat loss, and illegal hunting of ungulates, which are tigers’ main prey. Because they increase access for poachers, roads are another important threat to the Siberian tiger. Intrinsic factors such as inbreeding depression and disease are also potential threats to this big cat, but are less understood.


Thanks to vigorous anti-poaching and conservation efforts in Russia with support from many partner WWF, the Amur tiger population has remained stable at around 450 individuals throughout the last decade or so.
Last chance to save the Wild Tiger? | WWF