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Check Out the Denver Zoo's New Baby Tigers
July 8, 2010
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Amur tigers are classified as critically endangered. That means that we need to protect them! Researchers guess there are less than 400 of these tigers remaining in the wild. They were once called Siberian tigers because they were found throughout Siberia. They are now almost completely found in the Far East portion of Asia along the Amur River.

Amur tigers are the largest member of the cat family. They can grow to nearly four feet tall and more than seven feet long. They also have longer hair and more white on their coats than other tigers.

 

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