Preliminary Report on Tiger Status in China Issued by CBCGDF on July 29th 2022
2022/7/29 11:37:00 本站

The <Preliminary Report on Tiger Status in China> released on July 29th shows that there are about 7,116 tigers in Chinese territory, including four subspecies of tigers: Siberian tiger, Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris), South China tiger (Panthera tigris amoyensis) and Indochinese tigers (Panthera tigris ssp. corbetti). 


Among these, 2,715 are in zoos, 3,744 are in specialized breeding facilities such as the Northeast Tiger Forest Park, Changchun Northeast Tiger Park and Bear Tiger Lodge, and 584 are in 34 circuses with artificial tiger breeding licenses in Suizhou, Anhui Province, which is known as a "Hometown to Circus". There are also about 55 wild Siberian tigers distributed in Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park, and 14-20 Indochinese tigers distributed in the wild in southwest Yunnan Province.


Issued by the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation, The <Preliminary Report on Tiger Status in China> aims to promote awareness about tigers, and to mainstream biodiversity and advocate people's participation in nature conservation.


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