The largest cat species in the world is the tiger. They reach, on average, 11 feet from head to tail and can weigh up to 675 pounds.Know More
There are seven recognized subspecies of tigers: Bengal, Indochinese, Malayan, Siberian, South Chinese and Sumatran.Of these subspecies, the Siberian tiger is the largest. Compared with the smallest subspecies, the Sumatran tiger, the Siberian tiger is the same length but two to three times heavier.
Although it is not a viable species, the hybrid of a male lion and female tigress, known as a liger, is often larger than even the Siberian tiger. Often weighing up to 1,000 pounds, these animals are typically sterile and thus not considered an actual species as they cannot usually breed and produce offspring.Learn more about Large Cats
Most tigers have reddish-orange coloring with black stripes. Tigers are considered to be the largest cats in the world, weighing around 660 pounds and extending 11 feet in length. Their tails are usually 3 feet long.Full Answer >
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. As of 2014, tigers are considered endangered, with a worldwide population of approximately 3,200.Full Answer >
A baby tiger can be bought for as little as $1,000. However an initial investment of nearly $90,000 may be required to set up the tiger's new habitat and its infrastructure. An additional $8,000 might be required in upkeep per year.Full Answer >
Male tigers usually weigh from 220 to 675 pounds; female tigers weigh from 200 to 368 pounds. A male Siberian tiger shot in 1950 reportedly weighed 847 pounds.Full Answer >