Siberian Tiger is called Manchurian or Dongbei (Northeast) tiger in China. Its Latin name is Panthera tigris altaica. The Siberian tiger is the largest living felid and ranks among the biggest felids to ever exist. It inhabitate mainly the Sikhote Alin mountain region in the Russian Far East and northeastern China. It is listed as one of the world's 10 most endangered animals.
Harbin Siberian Tiger Forest Park is a large base for tiger pretection, research, breeding, forest experience sightseeing. Covering an area of 1,440,000 square meters, the tiger park sits on the Northern bank of Songhua River and adjacent to the famous Sun Island. Home to over 600 tigers and more lions, leopards, liger, jaguar animals, the park consists of five sections: Adult Tiger Garden, Adult Tiger Breeding Garden, Tiger Cub Garden, Lion Garden and the Walking Area.
In the tiger park, visitors can buy raw meat and/or live animals to feed the tigers, take photos with tigers and appreciate closely them with protected cage cars or jeeps to get an exciting adventure with fierce animals. Perhaps, the most thrilling park lends your Harbin ice fesitval winter tour an epical experience in your lifetime.