Are there tigers in South East Asia?

One of the world’s most iconic mammals, the beautiful, but highly endangered, Tiger is still to be found in parts of Southeast Asia. Tigers are able to adapt to a variety of habitats including temperate and tropical forests, degraded forest and scrub.

Do tigers eat wolves?

Tigers are not known to prey on wolves, though there are four records of tigers killing wolves without consuming them. Tigers recently released are also said to hunt wolves. … Siberian tigers also compete with the Eurasian lynx and occasionally kill and eat them.

What is a tiger baby?

Cubs at Birth

Tiger cubs are born blind and are completely dependent on their mother. Newborn tiger cubs weigh between 785 and 1,610 grams (1.75 to 3.5 lb). The tiger cubs’ eyes will open sometime between six to twelve days. However, they do not have their full vision for a couple of weeks.

Which tigers are extinct?

Tigers. There are generally considered to be eight subspecies of tiger (Panthera tigris), three of which are now extinct. The remaining subspecies include the Bengal, Indo-Chinese, South China, Amur, and Sumatran tigers.

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