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VIDEO: SIBERIAN TIGRESS LISKA - FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
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SIBERIAN TIGRESS LISKA - FACIAL EXPRESSIONS

One look at my mischievous face reveals that I'm a very clever young tigress!

Don't be fooled if I seem to be lying there sleeping peacefully!
Then I'll be plotting our next prank with my two siblings!
Because I'm the cheerleader for my sister LUVA and my brother LAILEK!
Geez! Then our big dad will be really furious with his naughty children again!
Oh yes, by the way!
I'm this cute little tiger cub on the far left of the photo below!
In the middle is my sister LUVA and on the far right is my brother LAILEK.

SIBERIAN TIGERS are ENDANGERED!

We are LISKA, LUVA, LAILEK, the cute little Siberian Tiger Siblings! We Siberian Tigers are threatened with extinction! A world without us would be a miserable world! Wouldn't it? That's why we urgently need your help! ©Photo by MADELEINE BIANCHI from Skatetrix Sport Company!

ACCORDING TO WWF, ABOUT 540 SIBERIAN TIGERS STILL LIVED IN THE FORESTS OF THE FAR EAST!

Their main refuge is in the Sikhote-Alin mountain region in the southwest of the province of Primorye in the Far East of Russia.
The Siberian Tiger is an important mythological symbol for the indigenous cultures of the region in which it lives.
Did you know that each Tiger has its own unique stripe pattern? See the three Tiger cubs above!
With its enormous size and powerful body, the Siberian Tiger roams the dense forests of East Asia in search of prey.
It is specially adapted to the cold climate in which it lives and is a highly evolved predator capable of taking down almost any other animal, regardless of size.
Despite their relative isolation from human populations, both poaching and habitat loss due to humans are a persistent problem.
Siberian tigers are hunted for a variety of reasons, including for fur coats, trophies and especially traditional Chinese medicine!
The development of the region for logging and agriculture has also contributed to the decline of the Siberian Tiger.
A world without us would be a miserable world! Wouldn't it?

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