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About Siberian Tiger

Siberian (or Amur) tigers are the world's largest cats. They live primarily in eastern Russia's birch forests, though some exist in China and North Korea. Though their northern climate is far harsher than those of other tigers, these animals have some advantages. Northern forests offer the lowest human density of any tiger habitat, and the most complete ecosystem. The vast woodlands also allow tigers far more room to roam, as Russia's timber industry is currently less extensive than that of many other countries.

Fast Facts 

Common Name: Siberian Tiger

Scientific Name: Panthera tigris altaica

Type: Mammals

Diet: Carnivores

Size: 10.75 ft

Weight: 660 lbs


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