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Amur Tiger

Panthera tigris altaica

Amur tigers, also known as Siberian tigers, are the largest of all the big cats. They are one of 9 subspecies of tiger, 3 of which are now extinct.



Size: Male - 200 - 230cm, Female - 120 - 160cm
Weight: Male - 200 - 360kg, Female - 100 - 167kg



Amur tigers are solitary cats found primarily in Russia. They inhabit forests and have large territories, which they scent mark to communicate to other tigers.



Tigers are carnivores feeding mainly on red deer and wild boar and sometimes smaller animals such as hares.



After a pregnancy of around 3½ months, the female will give birth to a litter of 2 to 4 cubs. The female cares for her cubs alone until they are 18 to 24 months old.



Amur tigers are endangered due to habitat loss and hunting for their fur coats and body parts for use in Oriental medicine. It is thought there are currently around 250 adults in the wild. Our tigers are part of an International Breeding Programme. There have been many births here and some of those have gone on to other collections around the world.

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