TRAVEL Siberian tigers: The fierce yet lonely kings of Harbin

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Siberian tigers: The fierce yet lonely kings of Harbin

CGTN

08:44, January 16, 2020

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Winter in northeastern China's Harbin City is one of the most fun places to spend the season. Not only does the Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival attract numerous visitors, the Siberian Tiger Park here is also worth a visit as it is one of the best places in China to get a close look at tigers.

As one of the world's most endangered species, Siberian tigers are the fierce yet lonely kings in the vast forests of eastern Russia and northeastern China. There are only about 500 Siberian tigers left in the wild, and around 20 of them live in China.


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