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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Bengal tiger: Less than 2,000Indochinese tiger: 750-1,300Siberian tiger: Around 450Sumatran tiger: 400-500Malayan tiger: 600-800South Chinese tiger: Extinct in the wildCaspian tiger: ExtinctJavan tiger: ExtinctBali tiger: Extinct Extinction of the Tigers There are around 5050 tigers left in the world.About 40% are Bengal Tigers, 25% Indochinese Tigers,10% Siberian Tigers, 10% SumatranTigers, and 15% Malayan Tigers.The SouthChinese,Caspian, Javan, and Bali Tigers are allextinct. (Orange=Percent Left of the Tigers)(1 Tiger=10%) The tiger is a land mammal a close relative to the cat. They live mainly in the India region. They also live in the Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China, and Myanmar regions.Tigers live in tropical climates such as rain forests. Also, the mangroves of the Sundarbans between Bangladesh and India are the only mangrove forests where tigers are found. Sundarbans become more at a threat because of the sea level changemaking the climate change. Making the population of the tigers go down. The mainreasoning for the endangerment of tigers in poaching. Poaching is when you kill an animal for its skin or fur and then sell it for money. This is illegal every where in theworld. Another main reason for the endangerment of tigers is the destruction of there forests in which they live in. The destroy the forests making there living area less and less making them have not shelter, food, water. Red=Bengal Tiger 39%Green=Indochinese Tiger 25%Yellow=Siberian Tiger 8%Gray=Sumatran Tiger 9%Blue=Malayan Tiger 15%
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