List of Extinct Tigers Species

In the early 1900s, there were nine species of Tigers spread in forests and pastures in Asia, from Turkey to the east coast of Russia, but now there are only six species, and three species of extinct tigers, despite the Tigers’ distinctive status as one of the most Fame and fearsome on earth, but tigers are prone to acts of the human race, and this has led to an increase in species of extinct Tigers

The reason of Extinction Some Tigers Species

The main reason for the extinction of these species is the constant hunting and killing of these species either because of their skins that bring high prices on the black market or approaching population areas, and there are three species of the newly extinct tigers, due to the radical change of more than 90 percent of the group of habitats that live Tigers, through logging, agriculture and commercial development, have led to fewer places to live, and unfortunately the remaining six species are threatened with extinction. In this article, we will talk about three extinct tiger species.

1-Bali Tiger

Tiger Bali is a species of extinct tigers, scientific name (Panthera basilica) and the tiger Bali extinct in the early twentieth century, and was inhabited Bali Tiger (Panthera Balica) small island of Bali, Indonesia, was the smallest species of extinct tigers, and weighs from 140 to 220 The pale tiger was a predator. Its main food sources were wild boars, deer, monkeys, birds, and lizards, but deforestation and increased agricultural operations pushed the tiger to the northern regions. Western Mountain Of the island.

At the turn of the 20th century, it was easy to hunt by Balinese and Europeans for the protection of cattle, and the last documented tiger, an adult female, was killed at Sumbar Kemya in West Bali on 27 September 1937, leading to the extinction of this breed. However, rumors of tigers of this breed have survived, but no tigers have been seen, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has officially declared that the Bali tiger became extinct in 2003 and is considered a tiger species Extinct.

2-Caspian Tiger

The Caspian tiger is a species of extinct tigers and its scientific name (Panthera virgila), also known as the tiger traveling, and lived in scattered forests and river lanes in the arid Caspian region, including Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, parts of Russia and western China. The largest species of tigers (after the Siberian tigers) and possessed wide paws and unusually long claws, and thick fur, and fur is similar to the fur of the Bengal tiger in color, which is long around the face, and after the establishment of large-scale land reclamation projects.

the last sean of Caspian Tiger!

The Russian government hunted down the Caspian tiger in the early 20th century and instructed military officers to kill all tigers in the Caspian region. This led to an increase in extinct tiger species. Unfortunately, agricultural settlers continued to destroy natural tiger habitats for growing crops. On the remaining tigers in the Caspian Sea in Russia by mid-1950, it is considered the second species of extinct tigers.

A biological survey was conducted in the remote Caspian forests in the 1970s but did not produce any tiger scenes. The final sighting reports differ. The tiger was last seen in the Aral Sea area in the early 1970s, while other reports indicate that the last Caspian tiger He was killed in northeastern Afghanistan in 1997, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature announced in 2003 that the Caspian tigers had become extinct, thus becoming a species of extinct tigers.

3- Tiger Jawi

Jawi is a species of extinct tigers, and its scientific name (Panthera sandaica), and the last documented vision of the Jaguar tigers occurred in 1972, and the Jawi tiger is one of the earliest breeds of the Bali tiger, and was inhabited only the island of Java, Indonesia, but was larger than the tigers Bali The first species of extinct tigers), weighing up to 310 kg, is similar to his other Indonesian cousin, the Sumatran tiger, but has a greater density of lines, and according to the sixth extinction in the early nineteenth century Java tigers were very common throughout Java.

In some areas it was considered more than pests, but with the rapid population increase, large parts of the island were cultivated, which inevitably led to the severe reduction of the natural habitat of this tiger, and when humans moved to the island of Java, the Java tigers were hunting mercilessly, This led to its extinction, the third extinct tiger species, and the last documentation of the Java tigers appeared in 1972. The International Union for Conservation of Nature officially declared that the Java tigers had become extinct in 2003, making Java a tiger species.

4/The Tasmanian tiger

The Tasmanian tiger is also known as the Tasmanian wolf, Methylin, or follicular wolf known as the Latin (Thyacines) and known scientifically as: (Thylacinus cynocephalus) is a wild, ferocious, wild ferocious extinct animal, as was the largest species in the group of dinosaurs during the Holocene era, this animal became extinct about 65 A year, he looked like a dog and had a kangaroo tail.

Tasmanian tiger

the list will be longer by the years because the human will end all the species of tigers while there is a chance I hope there will be a law that allows the rest of species to be protected.

Originally published at extinct tigers November 4, 2019.

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