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Where do the saber-tooth tigers live?

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Saber-tooth tigers no longer live anywhere, as they went extinct nearly 2,000 years ago in 10,000 BC. It is believed that the species went extinct when the first American settlers hunted them to disappearance.

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Where do the saber-tooth tigers live?
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In their prime, saber-tooth tigers roamed the continents of North and South America, favoring the forests and grasslands. The animal was named for its large, protruding teeth that grew more than 7 inches in length. They were carnivorous and one of the deadliest predators of their time, hunting deer, bison and woolly mammoths. Saber-tooth tigers traveled in large packs and weighed an average of 660 pounds.

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