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Which is the rarest tiger in the world?
In the Malay language, the Malayan Tiger is called harimau, often shortened to just rimau. The South China Tiger has been declared functionally extinct in the wild by scientists, which makes it the rarest tiger species in the world.
Which is the most elusive tiger in the world?
Although all tigers are fairly mysterious, the Indochinese Tiger is solitary and very elusive, so little is known of the animals behavior in the wild. Of all the remaining tiger subspecies, Indochinese Tigers are the least represented in the captive population.
What do Tigers do for fun in the wild?
Tigers like to swim. Unlike other cat species, tigers often spend their time cooling off in streams and pools. In fact, tigers in the wild have regularly been observed swimming after a successful hunt. Tigers hunt alone. Although we see videos and documentaries of tigers living very close to each other, they are considered solitary hunters.
What are some interesting facts about a tiger?
Tiger Facts. 1 01 Adult tigers weigh up to 363kg. 2 02 Tigers can move at speeds of 65km/hour. 3 03 The first tigers appeared 2 million years ago. 4 04 A wild tiger has an average lifespan of 10-15 years. 5 05 A tigers roar can be heard from 3 kilometres away.