Worldwide, there are about 300-400 Siberian Tiger individuals. There are about 15-20 individuals inhabiting at the Russian Border with Northeast China. The outlaw of hunting and protection of habitat has brought these numbers up from 40 in the mid 20th century.
There are six species of tigers left in the world, all of which are classified as endangered. The Bengal tiger is the most common of the subspecies, then the Indochinese Tiger, the Malayan Tiger, the Sumatran Tiger, the Siberian Tiger, and the South China Tiger. That makes the Siberian Tiger the second to least common of the six species of tigers left in the world. The total population of all the subspecies combined is around 3,000 to 4,000 tigers that exist in the wild today.
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