「#全日本社畜コンクール課題曲」が泣ける 「365日のデスマーチ」「君といつまでも(残業)」

全国の頑張っているサラリーマンたちが、ネットを心の拠り所にすることはよくある話。たとえば第一生命保険が主催する『サラリーマン川柳コンクール』は、

「いい夫婦 今じゃどうでも いい夫婦」(第26回大賞)
「電話口 「何様ですか?」と 聞く新人」(第26回第2位)
「「宝くじ 当たれば辞める」が 合言葉」(第25回大賞)
「女子会と 聴きいて覗のぞけば 六十代」(第25回第2位)
「「久しぶり~ 名が出ないまま じゃあまたね~」(第24回大賞)

など、日常の出来事を鋭い風刺で表現している。かれらは自らの生き様・働き様をネタとして提供し、笑いに換えることで、ストレスを吹っ飛ばし、「明日もまあ、ぼちぼち頑張るか...」と生きる決心をするのだ。


Twitter上でも『#IT業界あるある』で

「バグが政治力で仕様に変わる」
「最終的には根性論」

『#残業あるある』では

「ああって誰もいないフロアで呻く」
「退社してないのにもう出勤時間」

など、辛い「あるある」をつぶやいては痛みを舐めあう人たちのほか、『#ブラックあるある』『#打ち合わせあるある』『#営業あるある』『#企業あるある』『#総務あるある』『#パワハラ』『#クレーム対応』など、サラリーマンの悲哀あふれるハッシュタグは数知れず。

そんな中、最近盛り上がっているのが「#全日本社畜コンクール課題曲」だ。アマチュア吹奏楽団体を対象とした音楽コンクールの『全日本吹奏楽コンクールの課題曲』を模したものらしく、『行進曲「勇気のトビラ」』『祝典行進曲「ライジング・サン」』『マーチ「ベスト・フレンド」』といった楽曲のタイトルをもじった作品が並ぶ。

さて、「社畜」なだけに、このハッシュタグには実にブラック企業...じゃない、ブラックユーモア溢れる様々なタイトルが投稿されている。一つでも「分かる分かる!」と納得したあなたは、すでに立派な「社畜」かもしれない。

・大苦
・マーチ「ハロー! サンシャイン(徹夜的な意味で)」
・終業ベルが鳴らなくて
・移り気な上司のムード
・終業への序曲「夢の明日に」
・今日も痛勤地獄
・行進曲「オーバー・ザ・労働基準法」
・行進曲「終電で行こう」
・君、訴えよ
・2つの納期のはざまに
・マーチ「5月の鬱」
・365日のデスマーチ
・サービス勤務のセレナーデ
・翼(レッドブル)をください
・過労死社員に捧ぐパヴァーヌ
・カゲロウデイズ(デスマーチヴァージョン)
・ゆかいな仲間の行進曲(デスマーチソング)
・猛獣篇より「ぼろぼろな課長」
・マーチ「ゴーイング・トゥ・デス」
・ゆうべ海をみたより「勝訴してララバイ」
・『終わりのない仕事』より「激しい残業が僕を襲った」
・過労働のための交響詩「幻の見える風景」 (元:吹奏楽のための交響詩「波の見える風景」)
・歌劇『トスカ』より「仕事に生き、仕事に逝き!」
・君といつまでも(残業)
・一週間に十日来い

【参照リンク】
・#全日本社畜コンクール課題曲(Twitter)
https://twitter.com/search/realtime?q=%23%E5%85%A8%E6%97%A5%E6%9C%AC%E7%A4%BE%E7%95%9C%E3%82%B3%E3%83%B3%E3%82%AF%E3%83%BC%E3%83%AB%E8%AA%B2%E9%A1%8C%E6%9B%B2
・全日本社畜コンクール課題曲(togetter)
http://togetter.com/li/538255 

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CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - MAY 10:  Conservation Officers at the Imperial War Museum Duxford remove the fourth and final engine from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their American Air Museum on May 10, 2011 near Cambridge, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Conservation Officers at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, remove the paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Conservation Officers at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, remove the paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II. 

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16: Conservation Officers' protective gloves on the stripped-down B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Components of the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice are catalogued in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Conservation Officers at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, remove the paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Conservation volunteer Peter Green removes paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16: Conservation Officer Jon White replaces rivets on a wing of the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Conservation Officer Gordon Turner removes paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice with a toothbrush in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16:  Conservation volunteer Peter Green examines wing sections from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16: Conservation volunteer Peter Green removes paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

DUXFORD, ENGLAND - JUNE 16: Conservation Officer Gordon Turner removes paint from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice's tail fin in the Imperial War Museum Duxford's Conservation Hangar on June 16, 2011 Duxford, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - MAY 10:  A Conservation Officer at the Imperial War Museum Duxford works in their Aircraft Conservation Hangar on May 10, 2011 near Cambridge, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - MAY 10:  Conservation Officers at the Imperial War Museum Duxford work on the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their American Air Museum on May 10, 2011 near Cambridge, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - MAY 10:  Conservation Officers at the Imperial War Museum Duxford remove the fourth and final engine from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their American Air Museum on May 10, 2011 near Cambridge, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - MAY 10:  John Hoath, a Conservation Volunteer at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, inspects the engines from the B-17 Flying Fortress Mary Alice in their Conservation Hangar on May 10, 2011 near Cambridge, England. The conservation team at the Imperial War Museum Duxford is embarking on a large-scale, 16 month project to dismantle and undertake conservation work on the B-17. The heavy bomber aircraft, which was capable of high-flying and long-range sorties, was introduced in 1938 and was instrumental in the American bombing campaign of World War II.

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TOKYO - APRIL 5: Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara smiles during his election campaign near Nerima Station on April 5, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan. The Tokyo gubernatorial election will  take place this weekend and Ishihara is running for his 3rd term.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - OCTOBER 02:  Tokyo governor and the city's Olympic bid committee leader Shintaro Ishihara attends the IOC members during the Tokyo 2016 presentation on October 2, 2009 at the Bella Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. The 121st session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will vote on October 2 on whether Chicago, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro or Madrid will host the 2016 Olympic Games.

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND - JUNE 17:  Tokyo 2016 Olympic bid President and Governor of Tokyo Shintaro Ishihara speaks to the press after presenting their bid to the IOC at the Olympic Museum on June 17, 2009 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

LUCERNE, SWITZERLAND - JUNE 16:  Tokyo 2016 Olympic bid President Shintaro Ishihara speaks to the press prior to there presentation bid and technical plans for the Olympic and Paralympic Games for 2016 on June 16, 2009 in Lucerne, Switzerland.

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - MAY 19:  Governor of Tokyo Shintaro Ishihara speaks during the C40 Large Cities Climate Summit Seoul 2009 at the Shilla Hotel on May 19, 2009 in Seoul, South Korea. Leaders of world's large cities will discuss to tackle climate changes and global warming in this four-day event.

TOKYO - JANUARY 13:  Tokyo Metropolitan Governor Shintaro Ishihara (C) speaks, along with (L-R) Tottori Governor Shinji Hirai, Niigata Governor Hirohiko Izumida, Saitama Governor Kiyoshi Ueda and Gunma Governor Masaaki Osawa, during a press conference held to discuss the formation of the 'Assembled Governors for the Return of Victims of Abduction by North Korea' at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan on January 13, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. It has been six years since five abductees returned home from North Korea, while the number of missing Japanese who might still be abducted in North Korea is estimated at more than 30.

TOKYO - NOVEMBER 27:  Tokyo Metropolitan Governor Shintaro Ishihara speaks at the reception party held by the Tokyo 2016 Bid Commitee at Ogasawara Hakushaku Tei on November 27, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo is among four candidates nominated to host 2016 summer Olympic Games.

TOKYO - JULY 28:  Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara makes a speech during the Japan Olympic Team Send-Off Party at The Prince Park Tower on July 28, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. Japan Olympic Committee will send 339 athletes to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in August.

TOKYO - APRIL 8: Governor of Tokyo Shintaro Ishihara raise hands celebrating at his election campaign office on April 8, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan. Ishihara won a third four-year term.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - OCTOBER 02:  Tokyo governor and the city's Olympic bid committee leader Shintaro Ishihara (R) and Chairman of the Japanese Olympic Commitee Ichiro Kono attend a press conference after  the Tokyo 2016 presentation on October 2, 2009 at the Bella Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. The 121st session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will vote on October 2 on whether Chicago, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro or Madrid will host the 2016 Olympic Games.

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND - JUNE 17:  Tokyo 2016 Olympic bid team (L-R) Shun-ichiro Okano, Chiharu Igaya, President Shintaro Ishihara, Vice-President Tsunekazu Takeda, Executive Board Member and CEO Ichiro Kono, Mikako Kotani, Shoichi Iwadate, Toshiaki Hosaka pose together after presenting their bid to the IOC at the Olympic Museum on June 17, 2009 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 22:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan smiles upon his arrival at Bellevue Palace on June 22, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on a two-day visit to Germany.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 23:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan visits the Japanese Garden at the Gaerten der Welt gardens in Marzahn district on June 23, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on the second of a three-day visit to Germany.

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - JUNE 19: Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan attends the Wedding of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Westling on June 19, 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 24:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan views the Ishtar Gate of Babylon while visiting the Pergamon Museum on June 24, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on the third of a three-day visit to Germany.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 23:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan visits the Japanese Garden at the Gaerten der Welt gardens in Marzahn district on June 23, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on the second of a three-day visit to Germany.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 23:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan visits the Japanese Garden at the Gaerten der Welt gardens in Marzahn district on June 23, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on the second of a three-day visit to Germany.

TOKYO, JAPAN - JANUARY 02: Crown Princess Masako and Crown Prince Naruhito wave to the well-wishers celebrating the New Year at the Imperial Palace on January 2, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 22:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan attends a dinner given in his honour by German President Christian Wulff at Bellevue Palace on June 22, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on a three-day visit to Germany.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 22:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan (L) meets with students of Japanese studies while visiting the Berlin State Library on June 22, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on a three-day visit to Germany.

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 22:  H.R.H. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan walks in the gardens of Bellevue Palace with German President Christian Wulff after planting a cherry tree together on June 22, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Crown Prince Naruhito is on a two-day visit to Germany.

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South Korean soldiers watch a news reporting about the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il on a TV screen at the Seoul train station in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Dec. 19, 2011. Kim Jong Il, North Korea's mercurial and enigmatic leader, has died. He was 69.

ULAN UDE, RUSSIA - FILE:  North Korean leader Kim Jong Il looks on during a meeting with Russian  President Dmitry Medvedev ahead of talks on August 24, 2011 in the Eastern city of Ulan Ude, Russia. According to reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has died in Pyongyang. He was 69.

PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA - FILE:  South Korea's President Roh Moo-Hyun (not in picture) and North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Il (R) shake hands after they exchanged their joint statement on October 4, 2007 in Pyongyang, North Korea. According to reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has died in Pyongyang. He was 69.

PYONGYANG , NORTH KOREA - FILE: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il during a welcoming ceremony on October 2, 2007 in Pyongyang, North Korea.  North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has died in Pyongyang on December 18, 2011. He was 69.

PYONGYANG , NORTH KOREA - FILE:   (L-R) North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il and South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun review the honour guard during a welcoming ceremony on October 2, 2007 in Pyongyang, North Korea. According to reports, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has died in Pyongyang. He was 69.

FILE - In this April 1981 file photo, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il gestures while taking a stroll with his father, Kim Il Sung, right, in Pyongyang, North Korea. Korean state television on Monday, Dec. 19, 2011 announced that Kim Jong Il, North Korea's mercurial and enigmatic leader, has died. He was 69.

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SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 21:  Tony, a Siberian Tiger, sits in a renovated big cat grotto at the San Francisco Zoo February 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Zoo reopened its big cat grottos for public viewing almost two months after a man was fatally mauled by a Siberian tiger that escaped from its enclosure on Christmas day. Renovations to the enclosures included an extension of the concrete moat to 16 feet, 4 inches from the bottom, installation of glazing and fencing barrier, and installation of a hot wire electric fence.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger  gives a roar at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger lies on the roof of a bus at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger jumps for meat at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: Siberian tigers rest in a pond to cool down at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger jumps for meat at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

GUILIN, CHINA - APRIL 17: A Siberian Tiger attacks cattle during a live feeding show at the Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Mountain Park on April 17, 2008 in Guilin of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. The Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Park, which was built in 1993, is an entertainment center with about 1,300 tigers and 400 bears. The center stages animal performances and live feeding shows every day. The shows have come under scruntiny by many international animal rights organizations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger  gives a roar at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

HARBIN, CHINA - OCTOBER 26: A Siberian tiger cubs are seen at the Hengdaohezi Breeding Center for Felidae on October 26, 2007 in Harbin of Heilongjiang Province, China. The centere, established in 1986, is the world's biggest captive breeding base for Siberian tigers and more than 800 Siberian tigers have been raised there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the North Korea. There are approximately 450 of the tigers in the world, around 20 of those are in China.

SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 21:  Tony, a Siberian Tiger, sits in a renovated big cat grotto at the San Francisco Zoo February 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Zoo reopened its big cat grottos for public viewing almost two months after a man was fatally mauled by a Siberian tiger that escaped from its enclosure on Christmas day. Renovations to the enclosures included an extension of the concrete moat to 16 feet, 4 inches from the bottom, installation of glazing and fencing barrier, and installation of a hot wire electric fence.

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