The tiger is the largest member of the cat family, growing as long as 11 feet and weighing as much as 660 pounds. Most tigers have thick, reddish coats with black, brown or gray stripes. The stripe patterns are unique to... More »

Tiger sharks live in warm water, can grow to be more than 16 feet long and eat a wide range of food. For instance, tiger sharks aren't picky about their meals, eating birds and sea turtles or dolphins. More »

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White tigers are a color variant of the Bengal tiger, one of six surviving subspecies of tiger. White coloring is the result of a mutation in a single gene, which prevents expression of the normal orange color. The same ... More »

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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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Bengal tigers are among the largest members of the cat family, weighing between 240 and 500 pounds. They are native to India. Bengal tigers are the most common tiger in the world, but they are critically endangered, as a... 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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Tigers are the largest species of the cat family. These jungle felines can weigh up to 660 pounds and reach up to 11 feet long. More »

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