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 »

The average tiger has a height of 3 to 3 1/2 feet from the ground to the shoulders and a head and body length of 4.6 to 9.2 feet. Different types of tigers have various weights, with the heaviest being the Siberian tiger... More »

Tigers are animals from Asia who represent the largest member of the feline species. Tigers have thick coats typically orange in color with black stripes, though Bengal tigers are white with black or tan stripes. No two ... More »

Siberian tigers, also known as Amur tigers, were almost made extinct by hunting and remain endangered due to poaching and habitat destruction. Black markets fuel the problem, since they are prized for use in traditional ... More »

The life span of Siberian tigers varies depending on whether they are raised in captivity or live in the wild; wild Siberian tigers can live to be 10 to 15 years old, while those raised in captivity can live to be 20. Ma... More »

The Siberian tiger and the Bengal tiger are the two largest tiger species in the world, although the Siberian tiger grows slightly larger. Both species are carnivores, but because they live in different habitats in diffe... More »

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 »