Where Are Tigers Found?


Tigers are found primarily in the Asian continent, especially in lower Himalayan mountainous areas of the northern states of Uttaranchal and Uttar Pradesh. They are also found in almost every corner of India in dense forests.
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Mostly only in India.
They have different names in different places. Mountain lions, cougars, etc. They are
According to the World Wildlife Fund and the San Diego Zoo, six subspecies remain, although some conservationists say there are only five. Each type of tiger lives in a specific area
Today only about 5,000-7,000 wild tigers live across Asia. The past and present ranges of the remaining five tiger subspecies are illustrated. The
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There are a few different kinds of tigers. The Bengal tiger in found in India, the Siberian tiger is found in Russia. There are also China Tiger found in China.
Sumatran tigers are found in Sumatra, Siberian tigers are found in China, North Korea and the far eastern part of Russia. Bengal tigers in India, Nepal and several other regions. Unfortunately, all tiger populations are dwindling in number. You can find more information here: http://www.seaworld.org/infobooks/Tiger/habdisttiger.html
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