Both tigers and lynxes are seriously endangered, but there are slightly more tigers than lynxes. There are roughly five thousand tigers in the world, divided into nine subspecies. Many wildlife biologists believe that there are fewer than 1,000 lynxes. The most threatened species of lynx, the Iberian lynx has fewer than 200 members.
There are between 3,402 and 5,140 tigers in the wild. Merely the European varieties of the Eurasian lynx have an estimated wild population of 8,000; the Russian variety has an estimated wild population of between 30,000 and 35,000.
I believe it is fair to say that there are more lynx in the wild than tigers.
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