As of 2005 there were only about 350 left on the planet, and most of them in Russia.
The Amur, or Siberian, Tiger almost became extinct in the 1960s. Their population decreased to only 40 tigers due to habitat loss and poaching. By the 1980s, Russia helped increase their numbers to around 500 by giving them full protection and preserving their habitat during the Cold War. Today, the population is stable with 450 individuals thanks in part to the World Wildlife Fund.
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