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In the 1930s, the mighty Siberian tiger – also known as the Amur tiger – was on the brink of extinction, with just 30 roaming the Russian far east and north-east China.
Today, thanks to vigorous conservation work by WWF and others, the population increased to around 450. Even so, recent estimates show that numbers have fallen in the past few years, so our vigilance is vital. Poaching, logging and infrastructure development are largely to blame for the decline.

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