There very few tigers left in the wild today. It is estimated that there are around 3,200 remaining wild tigers in the world. Somewhere around 6 to 7% of the tiger population of 1970 remain in their habitat in 2010. Their numbers are dwindling so quickly that scientists surmise by 2022 they will be extinct if no significant course of action is taken.
Tiger population world wide (included those in captivity), are estimated at a maximum of 6,800 and a minimum of 5000. What used to be 7 species of tigers, are now reduced to 5 and those five are represented in the estimate above.
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