South China Tiger

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South China Tiger

South China Tiger

The South China Tiger has not been sighted in the wild for more than 25 years. scientist say this animals is fully extinct in the wild. Few tigers may remain but not many. The South China Tigers population is super low. Approximately 4,000 tigers are left in the world. The reason there are no tigers left is that there prey are being eaten by another and is running out. Anothere reason they are running out is because some of the animals the tiger eats the plants they eat can make the tigers sick and die.

Class- Mammalia Order- CarnivoraFamily- FelidaeGenus- PantheraStatus- Endangered Scientific Name- South ChinaTiger, Amoy Tiger, Xiamen Tiger, and Tigre

To help this tigers by....... -Donateing to wwf-Not buying medesion contaning tiger parts -Dont buy sustainably produced palm oil.-stop shooting south china tigers for there fur- donate to help save the south china tigers because these animals fur is used for clothed and there bones for utensiles . please help the south china tigers.

Why are South China Tigers endangered?

What happened & Why?

solution how to help

This is what I look like

About Them

food

south china tigers are carnivores. they only eat the middle of the animal when they cought there prey ,and eat the rest the next day. there favorite food is deer and elk.

The South China tiger is a tiger subspecies that was native to the provinces of Fujian, Guangdong, Hunan, Jiangxi in southern China, and has been classified as critically endangered by IUCN since 1996 as it is possibly extinct in the wild. There is a small chance that some individuals are still extant. But already in the late 1990s, continued survival was considered unlikely due to low prey density, widespread habitat degradation and fragmentation, and other human pressures. No official or biologist has seen a wild South China tiger since the early 1970s, when the last verified record is of an individual brought into captivity.

big shout out to WWF. photos from wwf

Questionshow long do the tigers live to? about the age of 40. what do they snack on?wild dogs and goats.


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