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Indo-Chinese tiger by Sean Austin
Range: (Northern population) Cambodia, southern China, Laos, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia.
Habitat: Humid forests and grasslands.
Description: The Indochinese tiger is smaller and darker than the royal Bengal tiger. Males weigh about 150 to 190 kg. While females weigh about 110 to 140 kg.
Population: 1,000 to 1,800 and rapidly declining.
Status: Most Indochinese tigers are found in Malaysia. They are threatened by habitat destruction and poaching.