The Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti) is a tiger subspecies dispersed throughout the Indochina region of Southeastern Asia. There is restricted access to border areas where this subspecies lives, so there is very little accurate information regarding its population status. The Indochinese tiger population was formerly estimated at 202-352 total individuals in the wild, and had almost approached the threshold for Critically Endangered. However, the total population of Indochinese tigers has been estimated at 600-650 individuals in the wild since 2015. Thailand has the largest population of tigers in Southeast Asia, formerly estimated at 200, the maintains a population of 189 to 252 individuals. There are 85 individuals in Myanmar and only 20 Indochinese tigers remaining in Vietnam. The tiger has gone extinct from Cambodia, southwest China and possibly Laos. The tigers in peninsular Malaysia, formerly classified as Indochinese, have recently been reclassified as a separate subspecies, the Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni).