What Is the Biggest Cat Species?

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The biggest cat species is the Panthera Tigris. This species is composed of tigers which can grow to lengths of about 3.3 metres. They can also reach of over 300 kilograms. They are common in parts of Asia.
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The term "big cat" is an informal way of differentiating the larger cat species from smaller ones. Generally, "big cats" refers to the four members of the genus Panthera: tigers, lions, leopards, and jaguars.
A broader definition includes cougars, cheetahs, snow leopards, and clouded leopards in the "big cat" grouping.
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