Caspian Tiger As far as the last sighting of Caspian tiger is concerned, different accounts suggest different dates--ranging from to as recent as but most of the sources say that the species became extinct somewhere in 2003
The name caracal comes from the Turkish word ‘karakalak’ which means ‘a black ear.’ It is a medium-sized animal native to the deserts and savannahs of Africa, Central Asia, the Arabian Peninsula and the Caspian Sea coast.
Taken in 2010 at Albay Wildlife and Nature Park. DID YOU KNOW: √ You can hear a tiger roar over a mile away! √ A tiger can eat 100 pounds of meat a night! Compare that to 400 hamburgers! They need a lot of food because they go days between meals. √ Tigers have been called man eaters, yet they eat frogs, monkeys, porcupines fowl, and tortoises, especially when a good deer is hard to find. .
Of the eight original subspecies of tigers, three have become extinct in the last 60 years, an average of one every 20 years: Bali tiger -- extinct in the Caspian tiger -- extinct in the Javan tiger -- extinct in the