A group of several tigers is called a streak or an ambush. A female tigress and her cubs qualify as a streak. Tigers in captivity, forced to dwell together due to their habitat's size restrictions, are also called a stre... More »

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Tigers are solitary animals and do not often form family groups. Tigers do interact with each other when they come into contact in the wild. More »

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, ti... More »

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, ti... More »

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 »

Tigers are endangered because of climate change, loss of habitat and poaching. Most of the reasons tigers are on the endangered species list are tied to human interference. The overall combined population of all five tig... More »

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Asian tigers are so-called because all sub-species of modern tiger live within the continent of Asia, explains Defenders.org. Two of the most famous sub-species of tiger, the Siberian tiger and the Bengal tiger, are name... More »