Save the Siberian Tiger
Scientists estimate that there just a few hundred left in the wild, today.
Siberian Tigers are the largest type of cat in the world, a subspecies of the tiger. They live in harsher climates, and are known for their strength and power. There once was thousands of them, but now their numbers have been reduced to merely five hundred, thanks to poaching and the hunting of them for trophies and traditional chinese medicines. The Siberian Tiger is a beautiful animal that should by all means be saved; contrary to popular belief, they are not dangerous to humans at all, and actually avoid them! Right now scientists say that their numbers are stable, but they also say that more Siberian Tigers live in captivity than in the wild! Let's change that. Save the Siberian Tiger!