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In 2003, Tigers were classed as an Endangered Species because there were approximately 5,000 left in the wild. There are three extinct species of Tigers they are the Caspian, Javan, and Bali. The species of Tigers still alive are Bengal, Malayan, Indochina, South China, Siberian (Amur) and Sumatran. South China Tigers are the ones at biggest risk of endangerment. They have stripes that are more widely spaced.

The Siberian or Amur Tiger is the largest of these cat and males can reach over 295kgs (650lbs) and 2.4–3m (8–10ft) long, but females stay under 181kgs (400lbs) and about 2.4m (8ft) long. They usually have more white in their coat than other Tigers.

The heaviest Tiger on record was a Siberian (Amur) weighing in at 465kgs (1,025lbs).

In the US, there are about 10,000 pet Tigers. These pet Tigers are responsible for the killing of 2 people each year. Pet Tigers must be supplied with 4½–9kgs (10-20lbs) of raw meat each day. Some may eat up to 27kgs (60lbs) of meat for one meal.

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The Tiger’s skin and hair are both striped.

One can hear a Tiger roar from a 1½km (1 mile) away.

Tigers can see in the dark 6 times better than humans.

Sumatran Tigers are the smallest Tigers and have the darkest coat of the Tiger family.

White Tigers are a colour variation of the Bengal Tiger. They are pretty rare in nature, but have been deliberately bred in zoos. White Tigers have blue eyes and a pink nose.

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The Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacinus Cynocephalus) is not actually a Tiger but a marsupial with stripes. It is also called the Tasmanian Wolf and is a large marsupial native to Tasmania. It was about 1½m (5ft) long with light brown fur with dark stripes across its lower back. Their jaws are believed to open wider than any other mammal.

Although most scientists believe it to be extinct, each year there are about a dozen unconfirmed sightings in remote areas of the state and several reported sets of Tiger tracks. In January 1995, a Parks and Wildlife Service officer observed a Tiger in the Pyengana region of eastern Tasmania, and being the most reliable sighting in some time, the government launched an investigation to possibly confirm the existence of the Tiger.

Tigers were common toward the start of the century but were hunted extensively because they threatened sheep. Tiger skins and a preserved Tiger can be seen at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery in Hobart. Footage of Tasmanian Tigers can be viewed at the Tasmanian Devil Park in Taranna (near Port Arthur).

This is a photo of the last Tasmanian Tiger in captivity, taken at the Hobart Zoo in 1933.

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