The Javan Tiger was a subspecies of tiger found only on the Indonesian island of Java, until it died out as recently as the 1980s.

The Javan Tiger was a subspecies of tiger found only on the Indonesian island of Java, until it died out as recently as the 1980s.

Korean Tiger Art | Animal Art - R. Dallet] Javan Tiger (Panthera tigris sondaica ...

Korean Tiger Art | Animal Art - R. Dallet] Javan Tiger (Panthera tigris sondaica ...

Javan tiger, presumed extinct, maybe due to encroachment by swelling human population on the island of Java

Javan tiger, presumed extinct, maybe due to encroachment by swelling human population on the island of Java

Extinct pastels by *Sarahharas07 on deviantART ~ Panthera tigris sondaica, Javan tiger

Extinct pastels by *Sarahharas07 on deviantART ~ Panthera tigris sondaica, Javan tiger

Javan tiger - Wikipedia

Javan tiger - Wikipedia

Top 10 Awesome Animals We Let Go Extinct - Javan Tigers  This wouldn’t really be much of an extinct species list if we didn’t include a tiger in here. It’s pretty common knowledge that tigers as a whole are like the poster children for endangered species. But the Javan Tiger, formerly classified as a subspecies of tiger, was determined to be its own species.  Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-awesome-animals-we-let-go-extinct.php#ixzz2PFncojbj

Top 10 Awesome Animals Humans Let Go Extinct

Top 10 Awesome Animals We Let Go Extinct - Javan Tigers This wouldn’t really be much of an extinct species list if we didn’t include a tiger in here. It’s pretty common knowledge that tigers as a whole are like the poster children for endangered species. But the Javan Tiger, formerly classified as a subspecies of tiger, was determined to be its own species. Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-awesome-animals-we-let-go-extinct.php#ixzz2PFncojbj

Javan Tiger | the Javan Tiger, once inhabited the island of Java.  Declared extinct in 1979.  In the 1800s, the tigers were abundant in Java.  Only 20 remained by the 1950s.

Javan Tiger | the Javan Tiger, once inhabited the island of Java. Declared extinct in 1979. In the 1800s, the tigers were abundant in Java. Only 20 remained by the 1950s.

Javan Tiger (1979)    Similar in appearance to the Sumatran tiger, the Javan tiger was native to the Indonesian island of Java. In the 1800s they were so common they were considered pests by island natives, but as the island was developed their population dwindled. By the 1950s, only 20 tigers remained

Javan Tiger (1979) Similar in appearance to the Sumatran tiger, the Javan tiger was native to the Indonesian island of Java. In the 1800s they were so common they were considered pests by island natives, but as the island was developed their population dwindled. By the 1950s, only 20 tigers remained

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