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There's 8 species of Tigers but 3 have gone extinct. The species are: Still Alive: Sumatran Tiger Bengal Tiger Indochinese Tiger South China Tiger Amur (Siberian) Tiger Extinct: Caspian Tiger Bali Tiger Javan Tiger
There are many species of Tigers in the world. The ones that are currently alive in the wild are:Siberian TigerBengal TigerIndochinese TigerMalayan TigerSumatran TigerSouth China TigerThe extinct species of Tiger are:a. Bali Tigerb. Javan Tigerc. Caspian Tiger
None has been seen.....?for 50 years?? .........????WROTE IN : 2013?
There are 9 species of tigers 3 of them are extinct
Many species of tigers
Because they are critically endangered, especially the siberian tiger, which less than 600 are left in the wild, poachers sometimes cause this. If tigers go extinct, many animal species populations will be unbalanced, and tigers are so precious and amazing that we try very hard to keep them alive.
9 but many are extinct due to hunting
There are around 2300 in the wild.
Yes there are still many species of grasshopper alive and well in New Zealand. Have a look at teara.govt.nz which will lead you to the encyclopedia of New Zealand.