Amur tiger. A rare, endangered subspecies, the number of which has stabilized at an extremely low level. The length of the body is 160-290cm, the tail is 110. The inhabitant of the forest zone. It is found almost everywhere in the Primorsky Territory and the eastern regions of the Khabarovsk Territory.
In April 2013, the number of tigers in the Far East was estimated at 450 individuals. On February 20, 2007, more than 450 tigers were kept in zoos in the world.
The Amur tiger is listed in the Red Book of Russia. In April 2007, World Wildlife Fund experts announced that the Amur tiger population had reached a hundred-year high and that the tiger is no longer on the verge of extinction.
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