Where do tigers live?
Tiger is a large mammal, a predator of the familyfeline. To date, the tiger is listed in the Red Book, so hunting for it is prohibited. And this means that there are few tigers left. So where do tigers live, the largest and smallest striped cats?
Habitat of tigers
Now the tiger can be found on quiteA certain territory is exclusively Asia. Specific sites - the Far East of Russia, China, India, Iran, Afghanistan, the countries of South-East Asia and the Indonesian Islands. The habitat of tigers was formed in the north of China, later they spread across the Malay Peninsula, India, the islands of Java, Bali and Sumatra. In Russia, tigers can be found in the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, in the Far East. What habitat do tigers choose for themselves? These are mangrove swamps, moist tropical forests, bamboo thickets, semi-deserts, savannas, stony hills and northern taiga. You can meet tigers in the mountains - they rise up to 3 km above sea level. Where exactly does each species of today's tigers live?
- Where do the tigers of the Amur breed live? The Amur tiger (other names - Siberian, Ussuri, Manchu, North-Chinese) is found in Russia - in the Primorsky and Khabarovsk regions, in northeastern China.
- The royal Bengal tiger lives in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan.
- Indochina tiger can be found in southern China, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
- The Malay tiger walks along the southern part of the Malay Peninsula.
- The Sumatran tiger lives only on the island of Sumatra.
- The South Chinese tiger is under the severe threat of extinction, the remaining specimens can be found only in China.