Yes. The Balinese Tiger went extinct in 1937. The Caspian Tiger went extinct sometime in the 1950s. The Javan Tiger went extinct in the 1980s. There are still six subspecies of Tiger that are not extinct.
The Siberian tiger is in critical danger of become exctinct. With an extremely low population of just 14 animals, many worry that there may not be a population recovery for the Siberian cat.
The Siberian tiger, also known as the Amur tiger, is the world’s largest cat.
Only five subspecies of tiger still exist today. The Balinese, Caspian, and Javan tigers have all gone extinct. Tigers are currently critically endangered as their total population is estimated to be between 46,000 and 7,700 tigers in the world. This is divided between the five remaining subspecies: Bengal, IndoChinese, Siberian (who are very near to extinction as necolepe pointed out), South China, and Sumatran tigers.
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