There are not seven levels of tiger classifications or subspecies but six, and they are the Sumatran, Amur, Bengal, Indochinese, South China and Malayan tigers. In addition, three other subspecies became extinct in the 2... More »

Classification is important because it helps scientists to clearly identify species, study and observe them, and organize concentrated conservation efforts. It also assists as a way of remembering and differentiating the... More »

According to the San Diego Zoo, the classification of the Bengal tiger is animalia, chordata, mammalia, carnivora, felidae, panthera, panthera tigris. The subfamily of the Bengal tiger is pantherinae. More »

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Both the Bengal and Sumatran tiger subspecies live in jungles. Tigers live in a broad range of habitats that also include mangrove swamps, grasslands, savannas, evergreen forests and even high-altitude rocky mountains. More »

Two subspecies of tigers primarily live in a rainforest habitat: the Sumatran tiger and the Bengal tiger. Tigers live in a wide range of habitats, but most species prefer locations with dense vegetation, including rainfo... More »

Three of the five species of rhinoceros are listed as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Red List: the black rhinoceros, the Javan rhinoceros and the Sumatra... More »

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Tigers are the largest big cats, and Siberian, or Amur, tigers are the largest tigers. Male Siberians grow to be almost 11 feet long and weigh about 660 pounds. After making a kill, a hungry tiger eats up to 60 pounds. More »

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