What Do You Call a Group of Tigers?
A group of tigers is called a "streak." Tigers are the biggest members of the cat family. There are nine subspecies of tigers. Tigers have orange fur with black stripes. Although there is a name for a group of tigers, tigers are actually solitary creatures.
Tigers are territorial and establish themselves in areas that give them plenty of water and food supplies. Male tigers do not help raise their young. Baby tigers are called cubs and are usually born in groups of two or three. However, one tiger cub often dies at birth. Tigers are carnivores and often eat wild pigs, deer and cattle.