Tigers are carnivorous animals that eat a wide range of animals depending on the habitat of the tigers and the availability of food. Often this means that tigers feed on deer and buffalo or even snakes. More »

Tigers are carnivores, and their diet in the rainforest consists of monkeys, wild oxen, boars, antelopes, birds and other animals. While they often attack herbivorous animals, tigers prefer killing young, weak or old ani... More »

According to National Geographic, Siberian tigers are carnivores that eat other animals. Wild Siberian tigers mostly live in forests located in East Russia, and they hunt animals that are native to this area. Most Siberi... More »

Tigers are at the top of the food chain and have no dedicated natural predators; however, some large animals do pose a threat to tigers, such as buffalo, elephants and bears. Humans are the most dangerous threat for tige... More »

Tigers are carnivores, and their diet in the rainforest consists of monkeys, wild oxen, boars, antelopes, birds and other animals. While they often attack herbivorous animals, tigers prefer killing young, weak or old ani... More »

Tigers are camouflage animals because their striped fur blends in with their natural habitat, making it easier to stalk and ambush prey. Dark stripes on pale fur break up their outline as they lie in wait for their prey. More »

Tigers are carnivores, or meat-eaters, that typically prey on large animals such as deer, pigs, cattle and even young elephants. They also eat smaller prey, including birds, fish and reptiles, and they consume dead anima... More »