How many tigers in zoos?
There are about 1000 tigers living in the zoos across the world.
There are alot of tigers in Australia but they are only in some zoos
There are nearly 5000 tigers in the wild, many times more than that in zoos.
umm... NONE! unless you're talking about tigers in zoos...
There are around 1100 purebred Bengal tigers in zoos.
in each zoo there is only 3 to 4 tigers.. the most
None or '0' There are no wild tigers in USA. You can find tigers in zoos in the USA
There are no tigers living naturally in the United States. The only tigers are in zoos. They live naturally in Asia.
Of course and there are many in the zoos today.
that depends on what zoo you're asking about.
Many white tigers are in zoos or private zoos, so the plant life depends on the location. Those that live in the wild are in India generally in jungle or mangrove swamps.
Tigers aren't native to NZ, any found would be in zoos and similar.
There are many in zoos and circuses, safari parks. But the white Bengal tiger has not been seen in the wild since 1967. there are 200 white Bengal tigers left, mostly in zoos but there are a few in the wild There have been no white tigers confirmed in the wild for thirty years or more.
Yes, there are living Sumatran tigers. 85 in European zoos and 20 in Australian zoos.
There are several in zoos around the world. But no white Bengal tigers have been seen in the wild for many years.
White tigers are Bengal Tigers with a rare recessive white coloration gene. It is very rare. There are no known white tigers in the wild. There are a handful in zoos.
tigers are the most endangered species of the big cats. zoos can help tigers breed and take care of them so they don't become extinct.
There are no white Bengal tigers in the wild at this time, but many zoos have them.
The momma tiger gets 3 to 4 babies.
they can to make more white tigers for the zoos
There are not many white tigers in the wild- more are in zoos where they are fed by keepers. In the wild they hunt. White tigers gather food by running and jumping and stalking.
No, they do not. The main reason being because the platypus is native to Australia. And there are no tigers native to Australia. However if tigers were native to Australia, it is likely they would hunt and eat platypuses if they were very hungry. To a tiger, the platypus wouldn't be very filling, so they would prefer larger prey, like a kangaroo.
Panthers and wildcats, yes. Tigers, no. Except in the zoos.
They are protected in zoos, because they only exist in zoos.
Of course tigers have been seen at zoos. They are one of the star attractions
Only in zoos.
It is estimated that there are likely more tigers in captivity than in the wild. Official estimates state that there about 10,000 tigers in zoos and other collections. The number is likely much higher.
lions and tigers are mainly caught for zoos
Africa, Asia, zoos
Only in zoos! ;)
No, but there are pet owners who do own tigers in Florida, and of course there would be tigers in the zoos in Florida.
Tigers can be located in India and zoos all over the world.
Not unless there are any in zoos because Tigers come form Asia.
In zoos, that is the only place white Bengal tigers live
In zoos, it is the only place white Bengal tigers live.
Tigers never existed in Africa only zoos or reservats.
yes Not unless there are a few in zoos there. Tigers are animals of the Asian continent.
As of the year 2000, the AZA (Association of zoos and aquariums) released the species survival plan for all of the tiger species. According to this link below, there are about 400-500 sumatran tigers left in the wild. They reside only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Some people may ask why can't zoos use artificial insemination on the tigers that they house within their zoos. Female tigers need to be physically stimulated by the… Read More
White Siberian tigers do not exist. the only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only found in zoos.
Tigers are endangered everywhere! Asia is where most of the wild tigers exist but there is very few of them. The majority of tigers are captive in zoos.
No, only Bengal tigers can be white, and those are only found in zoos.
Tigers are indigenous to Asia and Russia. They only live in Africa in zoos.
Tigers are not naturally occuring in Bulgaria. but might be found there in zoos and similar.
Tigers are not native to Canada, no. They can be found in Canadian zoos and wildlife preserves though.
No, they are Asian animals, but are there in zoos.
yes at some zoos
most of the time but it depends on the zoo
White Siberian tigers do not exist, the only white tigers are Bengal tigers and those are only found in zoos.
There are not any white Siberian tigers left, they do not exist. The only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only born in zoos.
Not trying to be funny but tigers live in almost every country, specifically in the zoos.
Tigers are not naturally occuring in Greece, but can probably be found in zoos and similar.