Scientific Name: Panthera Tigris altaica
Description: No two tigers have the same pattern. The tiger stripes differ from one tiger to the next. The paw prints are often called pugmarks! The tiger's colors are reddish-brown. This powerful creature also has black and white in him! The Siberian Tiger has a thick coat.
Length: The Siberian Tiger reaches about 9-12 feet from the head to the tail at adult age!
Weight: The Siberian Tiger reaches 419-675 pounds at adult age.
Where it lives: The Siberian Tiger lives in Siberia, which is located in Asia.
Does it live in a Group or Pack? Yes, the Siberian Tiger lives in a pack.
Reproduction: The Siberian Tiger mates anytime, but mainly November through April. The mother tiger is pregnant for 104-106 days. 2-4 blind cubs are born. They weigh approximately 2-4 pounds. The cubs drink from the mother. The mother rarely leaves the cubs. The cubs' eyes open after two weeks.
Diet: The Siberian Tiger eats deer, wild pigs, elk, lynx, bear, fish, rabbits, hares, antelopes, monkeys, tapirs, and crocodiles.
Why is it endangered? The Siberian Tiger is endangered due to poaching and habitat loss.