A baby tiger is called a cub. Tigers give birth, on average, every 2 to 2.5 years, with each litter containing two to three cubs. Tigers are considered endangered, with a worldwide population of approximately 3,200. More »

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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The average gestation period of a tiger is 103 to 105 days. Newborn cubs are born with their eyes and ears closed and must be cared for by their mothers. 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 »

A blue-eyed tiger is a white tiger, a subspecies of tiger that has white fur with black or dark brown stripes. Also, all baby tigers are born with blue eyes. More »

A female tiger is called a tigress. Female tigers are smaller than their male counterparts, including the forepaws on their feet. A tiger's sex can be determined just from the pawprints that the tiger leaves behind. More »