Tigers are the largest class of felines in the world, but as of 2015, they are an endangered species with a population of only about 3,200 worldwide. A tiger's life span is typically between 14 to 18 years. More »

White tigers are very rare, owing their unique color to a defective recessive gene present in roughly 1 in 10,000 tigers. This gene also causes them to have blue eyes rather than the normal yellow or green eyes found in ... More »

The National Geographic, Defenders of Wildlife and San Diego Zoo's websites all have information and facts about the six types of tigers. Basic information includes current and past habitats, population trends, conservat... More »

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Tigers are the largest species of cats on earth, with males growing as large as 14 feet long, including the tail, and weighing up to 650 pounds. In the wild, tigers inhabit various countries throughout Asia, and their ha... More »

Tigers are the largest member of the cat family. These wild cats are carnivores. Primarily, they eat pigs and deer for food, although they also consume dogs, leopards, pythons, monkeys and crocodiles. More »

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Tigers are the largest species of the cat family. These jungle felines can weigh up to 660 pounds and reach up to 11 feet long. More »

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Tigers can move very quickly and quietly, and being talented hunters, they can leap 15 feet in just one go. They are also very good at swimming, although they aren't very apt at climbing. More »