Tigers are the largest member of the cat family.
Tiger in Foreign Languages:
Middle High German: Tigertier
Old High German: Tigirtior / Tigritior
Indonesian: Harimau / Macan
Navajo: Náshdóítsoh Noodo´Zígíí
West Frisian: Tiger
Size: Tigers weigh from 160 to 675 lbs
and measure from 6.5 feet long to 12 feet long.
The largest tiger is the Siberian Tiger, the smallest
tiger is the Sumatran tiger. Female tigers are
typically smaller than their male counterparts.
Habitat: Tigers are found in Asia and
India. Tigers inhabit areas with tropical rain
forest, snow-covered coniferous and deciduous
forests, mangrove swamps, and drier forest areas.
Description: Tigers have agile bodies,
with sharp teeth, and strong jaws.
Diet: Tigers prey on prey wild boar,
deer and other mammals in their habitats.