Overall, no. There are about 5,000 tigers left in the wild (of any species) and about 2,000 giant pandas. The panda population does, however, exceed that of certain particularly sparse species of tiger. For example, there are only 500 Sumatran tigers left in the world.
Although both species are very seriously endangered, according to the WWF, there are more tigers than giant pandas. There are only about 1,600 individual giant pandas remaining in the wild, while there are at least 3,200 tigers.
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