Tiger

General

The tiger is the largest cat species that is identified by its black stripes on the red and orange fur with a light belly. Tigers are classified into various kinds like white tigers, snow leopards, jaguar, cheetah and the general royal Bengal tiger that is common in Bengal.

The tiger comes from the Panther Tigris family. The Tiger has been seen to be steadily declining and reducing in number. The Tiger is known to be an endangered species as it is being hunted for its fur. It is reducing because of poaching and habitat fragmentation as well.

Tiger weighs about 660 pounds and it is considered as the national animal for popular countries such as India, Malaysia and Bangladesh.

Tiger weighs about 660 pounds and it is considered as the national animal for popular countries such as India, Malaysia and Bangladesh.

Characteristics

The largest tigers are seen to be over 3.38 m in length over its curves and it weighs over 388.7 kg in the wild. The male tiger weighs 90 to 306 kg and the size can be any from 250 to 390 cm. The female tigers may be 275 cm in length and 65 to 167 kg weight they are known to be social animals that require a large amount of habitat to move around. The tiger is the national animal of India, Bangladesh, South Korea and Malaysia. They have appeared in national flags, country symbols, mascots for sporting teams and others. The different tigers are classified into Siberian tigers, Malaysian tigers, Indo Chinese tiger, Royal Bengal Tiger.

Distribution

With sharp jaws and teeth tiger is one of the most fearsome animals live today.

With sharp jaws and teeth tiger is one of the most fearsome animals live today.

Tigers are evenly distributed all across the world. They are found in Asia, Africa, North America, the islands of Java and Bail, as well as the Siberian swamps. They usually roam around in the grasslands and muddy swamps and come to drink water in the summers.

Diet

A tiger feeds on non vegetarian flesh. They are known to be powerful hunters with their sharp teeth and claws. Though they do not usually feed on human flesh, some tigers who are man eaters get used to human flesh and prowl in the villages at night.

Reproduction

Tigers are mammals that are known to be endangered species. Though they have a good reproduction rate, they are reducing in number because of poaching problems as well as problems in their natural habitat.

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Scientific classification of Tiger

Tiger

Orders

Tiger

Tiger

Conservation status:

Endangered

Scientific Classification

Binomial name

Panthera tigris

Range of the Tiger

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