Caspian Tiger Facts

Kids often find extinct animals facts to be particularly interesting. It is an unfortunate fact that three subspecies of the Eurasain tiger have gone extinct in the last century, one of which is the Caspian Tiger. These tigers were often found living in forests, near water throughout central Russia, Afghanistan, Turkey, Iran and Mongolia as well as some other territories bordering Russia. With the amount of Caspian tigers that were killed and slaughtered by Russians who deemed them pests; it is no wonder why this animal is no longer in existence. The Caspian Tiger was found living in the wild until the 1970s when it is believed the last one died. Read the Caspian Tiger facts and information below to learn more about their habitat, diet, close living relatives, and when they became extinct.

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