10 Rarest Tiger Species in the World

South China Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris): The South China tiger is considered one of the rarest tiger subspecies, with possibly fewer than 20 individuals.

Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae): Endemic to the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, the Sumatran tiger is critically endangered, with an estimated population of fewer.

Malayan Tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni): Found primarily in the Malay Peninsula and southern Thailand, the Malayan tiger is critically endangered, with only around 200 individuals.

Indochinese Tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti): Native to Southeast Asia, the Indochinese tiger is critically endangered, with an estimated population of fewer than 350 individuals.

Siberian Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica): Also known as the Amur tiger, the Siberian tiger is the largest tiger subspecies and is endangered, with around 500.

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Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris): Found primarily in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan, the Bengal tiger is endangered, with an estimated population of around 2,500.

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Caspian Tiger (Panthera tigris virgata): Extinct in the wild since the mid-20th century, the Caspian tiger once inhabited the forests and river valleys of Central Asia.

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Javan Tiger (Panthera tigris sondaica): Extinct since the mid-20th century, the Javan tiger was native to the Indonesian island of Java. 

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Bali Tiger (Panthera tigris balica): Extinct since the mid-20th century, the Bali tiger was native to the Indonesian island of Bali.

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Malayan Tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni): Endemic to the Malay Peninsula and southern Thailand, the Malayan tiger is critically endangered, with only around 200 individuals.

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