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Countries with Wild Tigers

In just two minutes, name the 13 countries where tigers still exist in the wild.
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level 28
Oct 7, 2014
North Korea may actually have Siberian tigers, its just too difficult to find any information out there.
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level 60
Oct 7, 2014
That is correct.
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level 50
Nov 17, 2014
North Korea claims it has found a unicorn cave. How are we supposed to believe any "facts" that come out of there?
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level 27
Nov 23, 2014
Seriously? That man is mad.
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level 69
Feb 19, 2016
I know right? If I found a unicorn cave I wouldn't tell anyone about it...
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level 59
Apr 15, 2016
http://www.sfgate.com/science/article/New-fossils-suggest-unicorns-might-have-been-real-7213699.php Stranger than fiction.
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level 71
Dec 19, 2014
There's one in the new Seth Rogen movie.
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level 18
Jul 2, 2016
1 wild tiger in north korea
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level 60
Nov 8, 2016
Is it sad that that's the reason I guessed North Korea?
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level 43
Jan 19, 2015
I missed Russia and had North Korea as a choice.
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level 66
May 29, 2015
There are tigers in the mountain range in China along the border with North Korea, so it seems quite probable that there are tigers in N. Korea too, but as you say, it's difficult to prove.
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level 53
Nov 17, 2014
Having lived in Singapore, I know there've been tiger problems on the island of Pulau Ubin which is an island off northeastern Singapore near Malaysia, The authorities tend to deny it, but the footprints don't lie and there's always a hullaballoo.
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level 26
Nov 17, 2014
Perhaps it would be more appropriate to say that the tigers are having a people problem.
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level 44
Jan 5, 2018
you took the words right out of my mouth.
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level 55
Nov 17, 2014
Isn't the Hullaballoo endangered?
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level 34
Nov 17, 2014
lol
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level 58
Nov 17, 2014
Genuine lol to that
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level 64
Aug 5, 2015
Triple Lol
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level 71
Nov 17, 2014
Maybe those are Malaysian tigers who swam over to Singapore for the day. Or they flew in on Tiger Airways.
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level 73
Nov 17, 2014
The numbers indicated are so sad. What are we doing?
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level 75
Nov 17, 2014
We're supporting the job creators!
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level 72
Nov 17, 2014
Hear, hear.
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level 70
Nov 8, 2016
Ruining the earth. Humans are soooo smart and wise. [/sarcasm]
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level 36
Nov 17, 2014
The numbers are shocking!! Tigers are highly endangered, we should do more for their conservation.
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level 15
Mar 31, 2015
My unscientific impression is that most of the cool animals are dwindling. Tigers, lions, wolves. Ugly animals like buffalo are thriving.
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level 30
May 8, 2015
Not statistically true but i hear you
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level 60
Nov 17, 2014
I saw a documentary on TV according to which there were tons of tigers in Bhutan. But maybe they still haven't updated the official statistics? :S
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level 49
Nov 24, 2014
Estimating the weight of a Bengali tiger at 400 lbs, 75 of them comes to about 15 tons.
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level 60
Mar 11, 2016
-___-
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level 63
Nov 7, 2016
Lol
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level 48
Jul 13, 2017
lol that's great
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level 40
Nov 17, 2014
Wow India is really the ''Land of the Tigers''.
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level 73
Nov 17, 2014
The saddest quiz on Jetpunk...
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level 66
Nov 17, 2014
The Skinniest Countries quiz is pretty sad, too.
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level 63
Nov 7, 2016
And the fattest one as well.
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level 43
Nov 17, 2014
Glad I don't have to wear a mask on the back of my head to work...
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level 70
Nov 17, 2014
What about France?
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level 41
Nov 18, 2014
What about it?
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level 48
Nov 19, 2014
Police have issued a warning that there is a tiger on the loose near Disneyland Paris.
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level 27
Nov 23, 2014
Yes, although authorities outside Paris claim it's just a cat. As always
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level 64
Aug 5, 2015
They were just having a Chat
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level 48
Nov 19, 2014
Was about to put the same thing.
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level 65
Oct 18, 2016
Even if a tiger was loose in France, it wouldn't exactly be a "wild tiger", because unless it walked all the way from Asia, it escaped from a zoo.
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level 8
Feb 5, 2015
In Malaysia we called it Harimau(TIGER) ROAR~~ hahhaha
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level 58
May 28, 2015
If you think Siberian Tiger populations are in bad shape, take a look at their relative in the region, the Amur Leopard. There are roughly 60 left in the wild.
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level 53
Jun 11, 2016
Siberian Tigers are in North Korea, too
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level ∞
Oct 16, 2016
The quiz has been updated to include North Korea.
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level 60
Oct 16, 2016
Thanks, Quizmaster :)
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level 72
Oct 17, 2016
Only 2 in Laos...hopefully for their sake one is a male and one is a female, or you may be updating this list soon.
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level 65
Oct 18, 2016
That's so homophobic! Love is love, even among tigers.
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level 72
Nov 7, 2016
But it is very difficult for them to adopt.
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level 63
Oct 17, 2016
So as I can see, Cambodia has been removed from the quiz. And Myanmar is unknown, surprised by that. Let's hope the 2 in Laos can meet, and they're male and female.
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level 53
Nov 7, 2016
Singapore's got one, they just won't admit it. Saw its paw prints when it swam over from Malaysia on Pulau Ubin. Wondered what that suspicious rustling in the bushes was when I rode a bike there. The government denies any tigers there but the locals know.
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level 64
Nov 7, 2016
Might be a Tamil Tiger.
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level 59
Nov 7, 2016
A sad day when tigers are the butt of bad jokes.
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level 54
Nov 7, 2016
North Korea?
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level 67
Nov 7, 2016
There ain't gonna be tigers no mo
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level 37
Nov 7, 2016
2 in 1 country. I hope they can reduce. Some of these statistics are shocking.
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level 70
Nov 11, 2016
There's not that much to reduce...
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level 26
Nov 7, 2016
Singapore and Cambodia both have tigers.
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level 70
Nov 8, 2016
There are just over 20 in Detroit for 6 months out of the year. :-P
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level 73
Feb 16, 2017
This quiz is unbearable sad.
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level 15
Feb 19, 2017
Yuri Plisetsky ;)))
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level 43
Apr 10, 2017
Every quiz I guess North Korea and then tell myself how stupid I am because they release no information. But of course I didn't guess on this one!
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level 47
May 21, 2017
Korea used to have a lot of tigers in the wild. Then the japs came along and killed them all because they didn't have tigers on their monkey island.
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level 39
May 21, 2017
Less than 10 tigers in China? Wow, that's sad.
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level 53
Jul 13, 2017
Cambodia?
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level 54
Oct 12, 2017
Only 2 tigers left in Laos !!! ;-(
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