Tigers topping the list of endangered species

You would certainly have heard about Wild Animals Rescue teams in the news. The people working at these organizations work hard to rescue the animal species that are in danger and will provide them proper food and shelter in the rescue camps. There are many animals around that need such care and attention. But topping to the list are the endangered animals. The Endangered animals are the species that are on the verge of extinction on the planet earth. These creatures need much of attention and help today.

When talking about the endangered animals, tigers are the most talked about creatures in the news. According to the recent survey there are only 1000 tigers left in total across the globe. Certainly, this is an astonishing number and will leave you at gaze. But it is a fact and for this many Animal Rescue camps are set up across the planet. They work for protecting the species and to give them with proper habitat to live in. they are working hard to increase the number and to stop the declining count.

Tiger is the largest cat species found on the planet earth. These are the third largest land carnivore that has ruled the animal kingdom for years. These creatures generally live for 20 to 26 years which is the maximum life span of them. These creatures are territorial and solitary but social animals. They require large contiguous areas of habitat so they are indigenous to some of the more densely populated places on Earth.

Talking about the big cats, there are about 9 subspecies of these creatures and three of which are extinct. The subspecies are:
* Bengal tiger:
The Bengal tiger also called as an Indian tiger are generally found in the geographical areas like India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. They live in alluvial grasslands, subtropical and tropical rainforests, scrub forests, wet and dry deciduous forests, and mangroves.

* Indochinese tiger:
The Indochinese tiger also called as Corbett’s tiger is found in geographical areas like Cambodia, China, Laos, Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam. These species are smaller and darker than the Bengal tigers. They live in forests, and mountainous or hilly regions.

* Malayan tiger:
The Malayan tiger are found in the southern part of the Malay Peninsula. The Malayan tiger is the smallest of the mainland tiger subspecies.

* Sumatran tiger:
The Sumatran tiger is found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. It is the smallest of all living tiger subspecies. They normally live in thick, dense forests of the island of Sumatra.

* Siberian tiger:
The Siberian tiger are also known as the Amur tiger that are found in the Amur-i-ussuri region of Primorsky Krai and Khabarovsk Krai in far eastern Siberia.

* South China tiger:
The South China tiger also known as the Amoy or Xiamen tiger is found in the southern region of China. These are one of the smaller tiger subspecies found on the planet.

* Bali tiger:
The Bali tiger is found in the Indonesian island of Bali. These are the smallest subspecies found on the planet.

* Caspian tiger:
The Caspian tiger also known as the Hyrcanian tiger or Turan tiger are found in the sparse forest habitats and riverine corridors west and south of the Caspian Sea.

* Javan tiger:
The Javan tiger are found on the island of Java and are extinct in today’s date. Javan tigers are larger than Bali tigers.

All these endangered animals are on the verge of danger and need immediate attention. The Wild Animals Rescue teams work for protecting these species by providing a better habitat, proper food and shelter for the tigers. These Animal Rescue teams are available all across the globe.
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