Yes. There are more tigers in captivity then exist in the wild. In fact, There are thought to be beween 5,000 and 10,000 tigers in U.S alone.
Unfortunately, this is true. Estimates say that there are about 5,000 animals in captivity in the United States alone, and only about 4,000 that live in the wild worldwide. Captivity in this context, however, means tigers bred in zoos as well as ones used for entertainment purposes, owned as pets, and those at rescue centers. Overall, the population of wild tiger populations are declining at an alarming rate, meaning this gap between wild and captive tiger populations will continue to get bigger.
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