Light yellow shows range of Siberian Tiger
Siberian Tigers can be found in far east Asia, in the southern part of Russia and northern parts of China. Or just simply eastern Siberia. Siberia mostly consist of Russia's large Birch forests and frozen mountains. Siberia is termed a tundra yet trees cover 80% of Siberia the other percentage is mostly mountain ranges and valleys. Year round Siberia is frozen over in snow except for the very short and late summers. Despite the harsh climate Amur tigers are living in the worlds most complete ecosystem. (Every animal and plant, that belongs, is there) and are several hundred miles from anything more than a village. (no cities, no residential housing, only a hut or a lodge here and there). Although a recent study by the Russian Conservation Center, WCS, has tracked the majority of Female Siberian tigers to concentrate around, the only and few, roads and freeways. An individual male tiger is know to take up 39 square miles (100km squared) of territory, which is fiercely protected, and marked with urine. Siberian tigers have a male to female ratio of 2.4 females per male. After leaving their mothers male Amur tigers can travel over 100 miles to find their own territory, while females will stay with their mothers longer and evenly divide the territory established by their mother.