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The tiger is a large mammal belonging to the family of felines and the genus of the ‘panthers’. It is the largest existing feline, as it can weigh up to 300 kilos.

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Tiger dimensions vary depending on the species: there is the Sumatra tiger, which, for instance, does not exceed the 140 kilos, and the Siberian one, on the contrary, can be even 3 meters long.

Characteristic of this feline is the particular coat that stands out for the presence of black streaks on a clear base that can vary from light brown to white. It has dark rounded ears with a white spot in the center.

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The pupils are round with a color ranging from gold to green. The muzzle has thick vibrissae, and the canines are up to 10 centimeters long and particularly pointed. Its hearing and sight are highly developed.

The eyes have a particular conformation that allows the tiger to see well even at night. There are many subspecies: the Bengal Tiger, the Siberian Tiger, the South China Tiger, the Indochinese Tiger, the Malaysian tiger, and the Sumatran Tiger.

Abundant water sources characterize the habitat of tigers, the presence of vegetation and prey to hunt. It can be found both in rainforests and tropical forests, coniferous and birch forests. The tiger is an extremely adaptable feline and can settle both in areas with humid and hot climates and in areas where temperatures usually drop below zero.

Currently, the tiger can be found in 13 states: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, Russia, Thailand, Vietnam, and in a few specimens also in North Korea.

Tigers generally mate between November and April. It is not the man who courts the woman, but, vice versa, it is the female who, when in the fertile period, emits moans and roars and gives off typical smells.

When the female is ready, she sits down with her front legs outstretched, and the hind legs bent. The male mounts her from behind.

The gestation lasts from 3 to 4 months, and the litter is generally composed of no more than four puppies. As soon as they are born, the tigers are entirely blind and are not very safe in their movements. For this reason, the females take care of them by hiding them in specially created dens.