Sibirian Tiger

Panthera tigris altaica

The Siberian tiger is the largest living cat. Usually cats do not like water. That does not apply to the tiger. He is an excellent swimmer and also feeds on turtles and fish. On average, an adult tiger needs about 3.5 tons of meat per year. The tiger places three demands on its environment: big game, water and cover. He can tolerate heat and cold amazingly well.
The tiger generally gets out of the way of humans.

Highly endangered species.

 

Steckbrief

Herkunft:

Asia

Lebensraum:

forest, low woods, tall grass, mountain slopes

Nahrung:

deer, moose, bobcats, badgers, rabbits, fish, wild boar

Gewicht:

up to 280 kg

Größe:

length of up to 3m

Erreichbares Alter:

up to 9 years; in zoos up to 18 years;

Tierpaten Ehrentafel

  • Foltyn Monika, Wien
  • Boris:
    Kreike Gerda, St. Valentin
  • Maxim:
    Kreike Gerda, St. Valentin
  • Boris:
    Lara & Nina Damberger, St. Pölten

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