The average tiger has a height of 3 to 3 1/2 feet from the ground to the shoulders and a head and body length of 4.6 to 9.2 feet. Different types of tigers have various weights, with the heaviest being the Siberian tiger... More »

A baby Siberian tiger weighs approximately 2 pounds. After a gestation period of three to four months, females give birth to litters of up to five cubs. They are born blind and rely on their mothers for the first 18 mont... More »

The life span of Siberian tigers varies depending on whether they are raised in captivity or live in the wild; wild Siberian tigers can live to be 10 to 15 years old, while those raised in captivity can live to be 20. Ma... More »

The lion is the second-largest member of the cat family, growing to a height of about 4 feet, a length of 5 to 8 feet and a weight of between 330 and 500 pounds. Female lions are generally smaller, but do most of the hun... More »

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Several adaptions allow the lion to fit into its environment, including loose belly skin, a thick mane, heavy shoulders and forelimbs, and eyes that are set in the front of his head. Other adaptions that allow the lion t... More »

Animal experts are not sure at this time how high a tiger can jump because each time that a record is set, another tiger breaks it; however, tigers have been seen jumping as high as 12 to 15 feet in the air in captivity.... More »

The water moccasin is a species of pit viper that features a muscular, stocky body between 2 and 4 feet in length and a large, triangular head. Its coloration varies but includes olive, banded brown and black. The unders... More »