Tigers are native to Asia and the surrounding areas, so there are no tigers in the United States in the wild. All tigers in America are living in captivity. So to answer your question, no, the US does not transplant tigers to other countries. I’m sure other countries like Russia and India do, though.
The United States as a government doesn’t do anything for tiger conservation. Zoos, though, have conservation programs that will eventually involve reintroducing tigers to their native habitats, but are waiting to do so until the original causes of the tigers’ declines have been discerned and combatted.
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