The latest estimates as of July 2015 are 300-450 left in the wild.
It is estimated that the maximum number of Siberian tigers left in the wild is around 550 tigers.
There are no Siberian lions, only Siberian tigers. There are around 500 of these left in the wild.
There are currently around 500 Amur (Siberian) tigers in the wild. Numbers are slowly increasing.
Last census showed an increase to around 500 in the wild.
Latest numbers are around 500 left in the wild now, a slight increase from the last survey.
The Siberian tiger's numbers are up, somewhat, to around 500 animals.
Around 500 in the last survey, with a lean towards increasing population.
In the zoo or in the south eastern corner of Russia if there are any left in the wild.
Between 500 to 600.
The latest survey, done last year, indicated a slight increase in the wild population, over 550 tigers there now.
It is estimated the wild population of Siberian tigers at around 350-450 tigers. So its sure that Siberian tigers are in the verge of extinction. Save tigers.
Because there are very few left in wild in other words they are nearly extinct