Amur tigers are the largest cat species in the world, native to the boreal forests of Russia and China. They are well-adapted to live in harsh environments, where cold and deep snow is common. Today, it is estimated that only 350 to 450 Amur tigers exist in the wild. We play an active role in their future by teaching thousands of visitors about their endangered status, hopefully inspiring the next generation to care and conserve them.
Photos by John Gomes.