Sampling from the Siberian tiger, also known as the Siberian tiger, is one of the ten most endangered rare animal species in the world.
Nocturnal animals, which can catch deer and snakes running on the ground, can also catch fish, and collect wild fruits. They were once caught in large numbers because people wanted to use their bones for food, and then they were banned and began to be used as natural protected animals in various countries. .
The Yokosuka project and traditional embroidery techniques are used to allow the Siberian tiger to survive forever. It has an air of leaping towards its prey on the back. The front left and right chests each have a tiger head, which symbolizes the Siberian tiger's self-confidence and freedom.