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No, tigers do not hibernate. It is not a biological need of any members of the cat family.


No, tigers do not hibernate. It is not a biological need of any members of the cat family.


Tigers are in the cat family. Tigers are known for their reddish-orange coats that have dark, rich brown to black stripes. Tigers are also known for their beautiful amber-gold colored eyes. There are also approximately 200 recognized white tigers with blue eyes and 30 golden tabby tigers in the world.


Tigers are predatory creatures that hunt year round, day or night. To hibernate means to become inactive or dormant and tigers never do that. They hunt and roam even in the days of winter.


They do not hibernate, and do not migrate, except for some Bengal tigers that follow herds of wild goats and sheep in the foothills of the Himalayas. Ascending to 14000 feet in the summer, and ...


While they do occur in large numbers in zoos around the world, white tigers are thought to become extinct in the wild. The last of the white tiger was observed in 1958. Since then the exhibitors or breeders insisted on producing white tigers through inbreeding.


Siberian tigers do have longer, silkier coats in fall and winter, then shed them as spring begins to warm the environment. Asked in Bengal Tigers DO Bengal Tigers Hibernate Or Migrate ?


Breeders of white tigers do not contribute to any species survival plan; they are breeding for money. In reality, the breeding of white tigers compounds the problem by giving the general public a completely incorrect image of these powerful wild predators.


Answer (1 of 6): No.They migrate throughout the year.Their homes differ on the sex of the tiger since they are polygynous, meaning males have more than one female mate at one time, so they would need a bigger home. They do not hibernate since they travel quite often.


It can take 10 to 20 attempts for a tiger to reel in dinner. So once tigers do catch a good meal, they don’t leave it behind. A Bengal tiger can down as much as 65 pounds of fresh meat in one sitting. Talk about a sleep-inducing feast! Tigers usually prefer to sleep either on their stomachs or on their sides.