Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris): The iconic Bengal Tiger, found predominantly in India and Bangladesh, boasts a stunning coat of fiery orange with dark stripes.

Siberian Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica): In the icy landscapes of Russia, the Siberian Tiger reigns supreme.  .

Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae): Roaming the dense rainforests of Sumatra, Indonesia, the Sumatran Tiger stands out with its darker coat and narrower stripes. Its smaller size aids in navigating the lush terrain.

Malayan Tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni): Hailing from the Malaysian peninsula, the Malayan Tiger's lighter coat adapts to the warmer climate it calls home. Its compact size allows it to move effortlessly through the dense jungles.

Indochinese Tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti): Spanning parts of Southeast Asia, the Indochinese Tiger displays a shorter coat and slimmer stripes, enabling it to seamlessly blend into its forest and grassland habitats.

South China Tiger (Panthera tigris amoyensis): Once found across Southern China, the South China Tiger is now critically endangered.

Amur Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica): Also known as the Far Eastern or Korean Tiger, the Amur Tiger thrives in the forests of Russia's Far East and parts of China. Its sizeable build and fur adaptation help it survive the cold climate. .

Bali Tiger (Panthera tigris balica): Regrettably, the Bali Tiger is believed to be extinct since the 1930s.  .

Javan Tiger (Panthera tigris sondaica): Another tragic loss, the Javan Tiger was native to the Indonesian island of Java.  .  .

Caspian Tiger (Panthera tigris virgata): Inhabiting the vast region between Turkey and China, the Caspian Tiger is now extinct

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