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Endangered by hunting and habitat destruction
Siberia, Southeast Asia, southern India
Forests, grasslands, savannahs, and swamps
Length: 2 to 3 m (7 to 10 ft), not including tail
Weight: 75 to 258 kg (165 to 570 lb)
Tigers are carnivores; they prefer to eat large mammals, including deer, buffalo, and antelope.
The female tiger may give birth to two to four cubs. The cubs leave the mother after about two years. Only half of all cubs survive to adulthood.
About 15 years in the wild
Did You Know
The Bengal tiger is the world's largest cat, weighing up to 180 to 258 kg (400 to 570lb).
Tigers can jump up to 10 m (33 ft) in one leap.
A tiger catches prey only once in 10 to 20 hunts.
A tiger's roar can be heard up to 3 km (2 miles) away.
Tiger, also known as tigers. is a species of mammals belong to the cat, one of four "big cats" of the genus Panthera. Tiger is a beast to eat raw meat.
Most tigers live in forests and grasslands. Among the giant cat, only the tiger and jaguar are good swim, and generally people tend to see them bath in ponds, lakes and rivers. Bad tiger than cat climbing ability. Tigers hunt alone, their diet mainly of herbivores such as medium-sized deer, wild boar, buffalo, etc. But they also catch other prey size to or smaller than if circumstances allow. Tiger is one of several species of carnivores are at the last link of the food chain in natural ecosystems.
People was hunted tiger for skin, bone, or other organs. Hunting and trade tigers that the number of rare animals is reduced 95% compared to the early 20th century. Today the world's only about 5000 to 7,000 wild tigers, including about 200 in Vietnam and 1,500 in India. Tigers have been included in the list of endangered species. They have a lifespan of 20 years.