Wild About Tigers | Seoul Zoo

Are you wild about tigers?  At the Seoul Zoo, Siberian (also known as Amur) Tigers such as the one below are the world’s largest cats and renowned for their great power and strength.  They live primarily in eastern Russia’s birch forests, though some exist in China and North Korea. Today, there are only an estimated 400 to 500 Siberian tigers living in the wild which makes them an endangered species.

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Siberian Tiger

Seoul Zoo is a well thought about open space of natural education created to foster children’s and adults alike interest in and love for animals and nature. The zoo runs a variety of educational programs where children can learn about and interact with different animals.

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Orangutan at Seoul Zoo
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Zebras curiously looking on at Seoul Zoo

If you are interested in visiting Seoul Zoo, click on the link below for more information:

Seoul Zoo Grand Park

Lonely Planet – Seoul Grand Park Zoo

Visit Seoul – Seoul Grand Park

* Note:  Tiger Image credit goes to my 10 year old son who took this photo.  He has a love for animals and photography.  

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