Siberian (or Amur) tigers are the world’s largest cats. They live primarily in eastern Russia’s birch forests, though some exist in China and North Korea. There are an estimated 400 to 500 Siberian tigers living in the wild, and recent studies suggest that these numbers are stable. Though their northern climate is far harsher than those of other tigers, these animals have some advantages. Northern forests offer the lowest human density of any tiger habitat, and the most complete ecosystem. The vast woodlands also allow tigers far more room to roam, as Russia’s timber industry is currently less extensive than that of many other countries.

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  • Trace Lowe
    Trace Lowealmost 7 years ago

    Great shot. So clear!

  • Bobby McLeod
    Bobby McLeodalmost 7 years ago

  • Maree Toogood
    Maree Toogoodalmost 7 years ago


  • coffeetea
    coffeeteaalmost 7 years ago

    very nice tiger! beautiful photo.

  • Al Bourassa
    Al Bourassaalmost 7 years ago

    Nice kitty!! Love it!!

  • Jan Cartwright
    Jan Cartwrightalmost 7 years ago

    Wow – what a great image! The dusting of snow on his fur is beautiful, and the intensity of his gaze amazing. Looks as though he was contemplating your knee caps as an afternoon snack.

  • davidmilne
    davidmilnealmost 7 years ago

    Excellent work again Bobby,fantastic stuff!

  • Bobby McLeod
    Bobby McLeodalmost 7 years ago

    thanks trace, maree, coffeetea, al, jan and david!

  • velveteagle
    velveteaglealmost 7 years ago

    This animal looks so healthy.. Well captured Bobby..

  • jerry  alcantara
    jerry alcantaraalmost 7 years ago

    excellent job,very beautiful

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