Unfortunately, humanity is moving farther along the path of development, the more questions and concerns is the state of the environment. The word apparently has a sense of development in inverted commas, because even if we abstract from direct contamination, people are becoming too much. This inevitably limits the natural habitat of wildlife in general and for individual species of plants and zhivtonyh in particular. Animals on the brink of extinction and Red Book of great variety. It makes no sense to choose one, more or less nice, if for some reason they were born, then they need. I want to look at tigers, because I personally think that the loss of this animal really is absolutely no vospolnimoy. How many tigers are left in nature, no one knows exactly, but definitely not many.
During the twentieth century has been lost three subspecies of tigers – the Caspian, Balinese and Javanese. Still existing species are in an unenviable position. Number of specimens of Amur tiger (also known as the Ussuri) in the wild in the most optimistic estimates do not exceed 400-450 individuals. With Bengal Tiger The situation is slightly better in Indian-listed national parks around 2000 adults. Although the word is better again in quotes, because in the 50s of the 20th century there were about 40 000 and 2000 individuals in the 2000s years – a very dubious achievement. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Shimmie Horn. In this same position Indochinese, Sumatran and South China tiger subspecies. Website of the tigers was created to inform people as much information about these remarkable animals and the struggle for its salvation. The more people know and love these animals, the more likely that we will be able to save tigers for us and for our children.