Roaming the snowy wilderness of Russia's Far East, the majestic Siberian Tiger, the largest of its kind, faces endangerment with less than 600 left in the wild.
With a captivating presence in South-East Asia's jungles, the powerful Indo-Chinese Tiger is endangered, with a mere 300-400 individuals remaining.
Symbolizing strength and beauty in the Indian subcontinent, the Royal Bengal Tiger, though the most populous with around 3,000, still faces endangerment.
A master of camouflage, the Malayan Tiger's mysterious world in the lush jungles of the Malay Peninsula is critically endangered with only 200-300 left.
Unique to the Indonesian island of Sumatra, the small yet respected Sumatran Tiger is critically endangered, with only 300–400 individuals left.
The South China Tiger, the rarest of all, now only exists in captivity, marking it as critically endangered and extinct in the wild.
A memory in history, the magnificent Caspian Tiger now only survives through tales and preserved specimens, declared extinct.
Once native to the Indonesian island of Bali, the unique Bali Tiger tragically became extinct in the 1940s.
The Javan Tiger, a glorious past in the jungles of the Indonesian Java island, has been hunted to extinction.
The beauty and diversity of tigers are a treasure to be preserved. Join the conservation efforts to protect these majestic creatures.