A tiger lives most of its life alone in its personal territory, staying in a den during the day and hunting large prey animals at night for food. During mating season, tigers meet only briefly to mate. The female raises ... More »

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Tigers live in Asia, which is where their natural habitats are. They are most likely found in the swamps, grasslands and rain forests of Southeast Asia, China, Korea and Russia. More »

Tigers can live in a variety of different ecosystems, including forests, grasslands and swamps. As of 2014, the majority of tigers live in the tropical rainforests of Asia. Historically, they lived in a much wider range ... More »

Many animals have adapted to their conditions in the wild, and tigers are no different, with a coat helping them blend in with their surroundings and a sense of hearing that makes it virtually impossible for prey to esca... 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 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 »

White tigers can thrive in areas that have some bush cover, shelter, water, and prey to feed on. These animals can live in mountain caves or hide under the cover of forest thickets. The territory of a white tiger is betw... More »

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