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Tiger Fun Facts

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Because tigers are not very tolerant of heat, they are adept swimmers and often bathe in bodies of water.
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Tigers gestate for more than 3 months, and litters are typically 2-4 cubs.
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Tigers have been widely hunted for their pelts and other trophies because people believe they are dangerous. Currently, tigers in captivity outnumber tigers in the wild.
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There are currently only a few dozen South China tigers worldwide, and three other subspecies have gone extinct in the past century.
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Tigers are the largest big cats, and only lions can rival them in strength and ferocity.
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Tigers can be found across many parts of Asia and Russia and come in many breeds.
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Although tigers are most commonly categorized into six different breeds, other sources use only two species, those in mainland Asia and those in Java, Bali, and Sumatra.
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Tigers are solitary animals, but cubs will remain with their mothers until they are 2 years old and able to hunt independently.
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Bengal tigers, also known as Indian tigers, are the most numerous breeds. The Bengal tigers from the south of India are smaller than those from the north.
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Tigers hunt primarily at night and typically target weak, ill, or injured animals. The exception is porcupines, which tigers will hunt despite the danger of their sharp quills.