Were There Tigers In Vietnam War?

How many tigers were killed in the Vietnam War?

Compared to the 60,000 or 70,000 Vietnam Soldiers who died as a result of the Battle, very few probably are because of Tiger Attacks. Definitely under 500.

Are there tigers in Vietnam?

The Indochinese tiger is a Panthera tigris tigris population in Southeast Asia. This population occurs in Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and southwestern China. As per 2011, the population was thought to comprise 342 individuals, including 85 in Myanmar, and 20 in Vietnam.

Are Tigers extinct in Vietnam?

Five years ago, according to WWF, Vietnam had about 30 tigers in the wild. If this worsens, Vietnam will only have tigers in captivity at zoos and parks in the next few years. In the same situation is Laos, with only two wild tigers left, and Cambodia, where wild tigers are extinct.

How many US soldiers died from snake bites in Vietnam?

58,220 U.S.