Siberian Tiger Life Span?

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The life span of a Siberian tiger has been noted to be anywhere from 14 to 35 years old when in captivity. However, the average age of a Siberian tiger who lives in a natural environment in the wild is approximately 14 years old. Life is good in the zoo where they receive outstanding care.
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