A report by Discovery News in February of this year has stated that fewer than 50 tigers remain in China in the wild, and that the South China Tiger is suspected of recently becoming extinct. Alarming, shocking, horrible, but the threat of this has been known for many years, and it is incredibly disheartening to hear these types of losses.
Of the six remaining subspecies of tiger, only 4 live in China. The most common is the South China tiger, then the Indochinese tiger. There are only a few Amur (Siberian) and Bengal (Indian) tigers in this country. Only 3200 (estimate) tigers remain in the wild.
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