Embroiderey framed Tiger. A perfect wild animal gift for a birthday, Christmas or any occasion that almost looks alive and is placed in a 8x10 MDF wood Gray colored frame. The embroidered Tiger design has over 50,000 embroidered stitches in 14 different thread colors and will bring back family memories of your visit to the Zoo. Dimensions of frame 9.4" x 11.2" x 1.2" This item is brand new and was just embroidered. Frame has the ability to sit on a desk or hang from a wall. Once tigers ranged from Baku, Java, eastern Turkey, southern Asia, to the island of Sumatra, to the eastern shores of Asia on the Okhotsk Sea, , and to the west of India. Today, tigers are not found on the islands of Java west of India or on the islands of Bali and Java. The remaining tigers are in Southern Asia, China, and Russia's far- east; these are mostly isolated habitats, and tigers are greatly reduced in numbers. A 2016 global census estimated the population of wild tigers at approximately 3,890 individuals. Major reasons for population decline include habitat destruction, habitat fragmentation and poaching. The types of Tigers that we have today are Bengal Tiger, Siberian Tiger, Sumatran Tiger, Malayan Tiger, Indochinese Tiger, and the South China Tiger. Extinct Tiger Species include the Balinese Tiger which became extinct in 1937 and until that time they resided on the Island of Bali. In the 1950’s the Caspian Tiger became extinct. Shere Khan, King Tiger; Bengal tiger a man-eating Royal Bengal Tiger who is the main villain and the archenemy of Mowgli in Jungle book. A movie was made in 1929 called Tarzan the Tiger.