Currently, tigers are not extinct, however, they are
Tigers are not extinct, although they are endangered.
Tigers are not extinct as a species, but there are three extinct subspecies. Caspian, Javan, and Bali tigers are extinct. There were once nearly 120,000 tigers in Asia.
The Javan, Caspian, and Bali tigers are extinct.
Tigers are not extinct. They are still living creatures on earth.
No white tigers should not be extinct.
Tigers are extinct because people hunt them. Tigers are getting extinct because of habitat loss. And because of poaching.
you never know when tigers are going to be extinct because we still have a lot of tigers left.
No white tigers are not extinct. They are endangered. We have to do our best to save them.
The Balinese Tiger and the Javan Tiger are two extinct species of Tigers.
Bengal tigers are not extinct, however they are currently classed as endangered.
White tigers are not extinct. they are not a separate sub-species. they are a genetic mutant of any of the 6 sub-specieses. therefore white tigers will occur until all tigers are extinct.
White tigers are not extinct. They are usually a morph color of the subspecies Bengal and even though they are rare they are not extinct.
The following species of tigers either are already specified as extinct or may be near extinction in the wild: Caspian Tigers Bali Tigers Javan Tigers Chinese Tigers
No, but it is endangered of becoming extinct.
Three are already extinct; they are the Bali, Javan, and Caspian tigers.