Species: Panthera tigris altaica (Amur)
Geographic Range: South Eastern Russia
Size: 6 feet long, over 400 pounds
Lifespan: 15 to 20 years
Conservation Status: Endangered
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- Tigers are the largest of all wild cats.
- No two tigers have the same stripe pattern.
- Tigers retract their claws when they walk, leaving no claw marks in their tracks.
- For the most part tigers are solitary, with the exception being a mother with young cubs.
- Tigers have long whiskers that help guide them in the dark.