Roar for Tigers

Save Tiger

A century ago there were 100,000 tigers roaming the forests, swamps, and tundra of Asia. TODAY, there are as few as 3,200 left in the wild. Only 7% of historic tiger habitat still contains tigers.

At this rate, wild tigers will be extinct in just a few decades.


The Constantly Decreasing numbers of Tigers (Color Graph)


Tigers are an endangered species; only about 3,200  tigers are left in the wild. Three tiger subspecies, the Bali, Javan, and Caspian tigers have become extinct in the past 70 years. There are more tigers in captivity in the U.S., over 5,000, than survive in the wild.

Bali tiger Extinct, 1940s 
Caspian tiger Extinct, 1970s 
Javan tiger Extinct, 1980s 
Sumatran tiger 200
South China tiger 20 
Siberian tiger 200 
Indo-Chinese tiger 1,000 
Bengal tiger




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