Bali tiger Extinct in 1937. This kind of tiger was native to the island of Bali. He had a very limited territory that was threatened by human expansion. Fear, hunting and the destruction of their habitat caused their disappearance in the late 30s. The Javan tiger and the tiger of the Caspian Sea are the other two subspecies that disappeared in the twentieth century
Similar in appearance to the Sumatran tiger, the Javan tiger was native to the Indonesian island of ... - National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Javan Tiger. Declared extinct in 1994 although not a single cub has been recorded since 1971. Extinction due to poisoning, rapid habitat destruction (for plantations of rice, teak, coffee and rubber), hunting.
The Javan tiger has been completely eradicated since the 1980’s. Originating from the Indonesian island of Java, these tigers were relatively small in size with the average male weighing just 130 kilograms (Female was around 90 Kilograms). These tigers were destroyed due to heavy hunting and a shrinking jungle habitat (again thanks to ever expanding business and human needs). The Javan tiger population was down to around 24 tigers by the 1950’s and only 12-13 by the mid 1970’s. Despite some…