Data from: Dispersal of Amur tiger from spatial distribution and genetics within the eastern Changbai mountains of China

Yao Ning, Aleksey V. Kostyria, Jianzhang Ma, Marina I. Chayka, Valentin Yu Guskov, Jinzhe Qi, Irina N. Sheremetyeva, Wang Meng & Guangshun Jiang
Population dispersal and migration often indicate an expanded habitat and reduced inbreeding probability, and to some extend reflects improvement in the condition of the population. The Amur tiger population in the northern region of the Changbai mountains in China mostly distributes along the Sino-Russian border, next to the population in southwest Primorye in Russia. The successful dispersal westward and trans-boundary movement are crucial for the persistence of the Amur tiger in this area. This study...
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