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Siberian Tiger, Panthera tigris altaica, Asia, Silver Plated Necklace

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Size: Large

Keep your favorite image, design, or words of inspiration close your heart with this beautiful, custom made, sterling silver necklace. Choose from a number of options like size, style, and color for the perfect accessory or a heartfelt present. The necklace arrives in a special black felt bag that is perfect for gifting.

  • Dimensions:
    • Charm: 1.38"l x 1.38"w
    • Chain length: 18" with 2" extender
  • Plated with Sterling Silver
  • Lobster-claw clasp closing
  • UV resistant and waterproof
  • Made in U.S.A.
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Siberian Tiger, Panthera tigris altaica, Asia, Silver Plated Necklace
Animals->Tiger _x000D_ _x000D_ The Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica ), also known as the Amur tiger , is a tiger subspecies inhabiting mainly the Sikhote Alin mountain region with a small subpopulation in southwest Primorye province in the Russian Far East . In 2005, there were 331–393 adult-subadult Amur tigers in this region, with a breeding adult population of about 250 individuals. The population has been stable for more than a decade due to intensive conservation efforts, but partial surveys conducted after 2005 indicate that the Russian tiger population is declining. _x000D_ The Siberian tiger together with the Caspian and Bengal tiger subspecies represents the largest living felid and ranks among the biggest felids that ever existed. _x000D_ Phylogeographic analysis with extant tiger subspecies suggests that less than 10,000 years ago the ancestor of Amur and Caspian tigers colonized Central Asia via the Gansu −Silk Road corridor from eastern China then subsequently traversed Siberia eastward to establish the Amur tiger population in the Russian Far East. _x000D_ _x000D_ This page is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, anyone associated with the topic.
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