Amur Tiger Father Leads Family Through Snow

tiger family photo

Adult Male tiger leading mother and three cubs in Russia. Photo by: WCS, Sikhote-Alin Biosphere Reserve, and Udegeiskaya Legenda National Park

First Ever Photos of Adult Male Amur Tiger with Family

A camera trap placed in the bitterly cold Russian forest snapped images of tigers. At first this might not sound so unusual, but captured on the camera were images of an adult male Amur tiger leading what is thought to be his family, a female and three cubs, through the snow. These images  are the first ever documenting a father Amur tiger with a mother and cubs.

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Tigers Need You!

The wild tiger’s shrinking numbers are due to habitat loss caused by human encroachment, poaching fueled by greed, and starvation from lack of prey.  Wild tigers need plenty of room to roam and the tiger’s contiguous territory is shrinking.  Human populations and economic expansion has led to the razing of tiger habitats for plantations, mines and other agriculture. Over development by humans has left the tiger population in fragmented groups, leading to smaller genetic units with limited availability of prey animals.  The tigers caught in these tiny territories are the most vulnerable to the most pressing threat; poaching.

To make matters worse, the increasing captive tiger population camouflages the severity of the wild tiger crisis. So many captive tigers estimated at over 5000 in the United States alone, may make it hard for the average person to fathom that tigers are at risk in the wild.


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The Tiniest Tiger’s Christmas Wish

“In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught.”

Baba Dioum

Friends, Let’s teach our children well, so that they will do a better job of protecting all of earth’s creatures than this generation has done.

This is my  Christmas Wish.

This image is by our Friend Tripp Braden,

Tripp captured this image at Columbus Zoo & Aquarium while visiting with one of the Amur Tigers.

The Tiniest Tiger is super proud to be the Adoptive Friend of the Columbus Zoo’s Amur Tigers.

Columbus Zoo’s Amur Tigers

Welcome Cubby!


Friends! I am super excited to introduce you to my new Friend!  He was sent to me as a thnk you for supporting  The Columbus Zoo’s Amur Tigers

I named him Cubby!  Isn’t he cute?

His papers said he is from the Wild Republic!

Friends, I am thrilled to tell you that The Tiniest Tiger’s  Conservation Cub Club is the adoptive Friend of the AMUR TIGERS living at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Proceeds from the sale of The Tiniest Tiger enable us to support the

Columbus Zoo and Aquaruim’s Tiger Conservation program.

Thank you to everyone of you for helping all cats both big and small.

Super Hurrah!

Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger