Also known as the Amur tiger.
Siberian tigers live primarily in eastern Russia, though some populations have been found in China and North Korea.
This big cat is solitary and very territorial, using chemical signals via scent marking to indicate its home range.
The Siberian tiger can live 16-18 years in the wide, but has been recorded to live up to 25 years in captivity.
The Siberian tiger is a carnivore; it feds on a variety of animals including deer, mouse, wild boars, hares, rabbits and occasionally, even salmon.
There are close to 400 Siberian tigers remaining.
Why are they Endangered?
Hunting and habitat loss are two of the most significant issues jeopardizing the survival of the Siberian tiger.