Save the south Chinese tigers

by donating money to "Save Chinas Tigers".

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Fun facts about tigers

DESCRIPTION

The south Chinese tiger lives in south China (as the name implies). The tiger has thicker stripes than other tigers and doesn't have a mane. They have a reddish tinge to their fur

and their bones are used for medicine.




BEHAVIOR


The south Chinese tiger is sociable but solitary. They love water, (unlike other members of the cat family) climb trees, and can leap up to 33ft. The females have 2-3 cubs per litter.


POPULATION


There are about 200 tigers left in the wild, and an organization called "Save Chinas tigers" is working on breeding tigers in captivity and releasing them into the wild so the population increase. The south Chinese tiger is ranked CR in the endangered species.

























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