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The term "big cat" is not a scientific definition.  It is term used to describe a group of large species of wild cats.  Although there are many such species, there are a select few that are part of the "big cat" club some of which include Cheetahs, Cougars, Jaguars, Leopards, Lions, and Tigers.  All big cats are carnivores and "apex predators".  Apex predators are those animals at the top of the food chain with no predators of their own - not including man of course.

Did you know... 

that only Jaguars, Leopards, Lions and Tigers can roar?  These are the members of the genus "Panthera".

 

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Amur Tiger

The Amur Tigers are located in the Kovler Lion House of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo.

 

Amur tiger laying in grass.

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Panthera tigris altaica is commonly known as the Amur Tiger.  It was previously called the Siberian tiger, but the name was changed to better reflect its range.  Home to this species is the Amur River basin on Russia ’s eastern shore.  These tigers prefer a solitary lifestyle in mixed deciduous and coniferous forests in mountain areas.  They only come together to mate. They are critically endangered due to poaching and loss of habit.  

This species can reach up to 10 feet in length and weigh up to 900 pounds.

 

Amur tiger eating meat.

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Lincoln Park Zoo Amur tiger.

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 Amur tiger eating meat.

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Amur tiger chewing meat.

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Did you know

That Amur tiger mothers give birth to 2 or 3 cubs?  She cares for them for 18-36 months after birth.

 

Chicago Lincoln Park Zoo Amur tiger.

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Lincoln Park Zoo Amur tiger in grass.

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Amur tiger.

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Amur tiger licking meat.

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Take note of the tiger’s rough tongue.  This helps it to peel away the skin and flesh from their prey.

 

Tiger eyes.

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Sumatran Tiger

The Sumatran Tigers are located in the Indomalaya Section of the Toronto Zoo.

Sumatran tigers [Panthera tigris sumatrae] is the smallest of the remaining living five tiger subspecies.  This rare tiger's natural habitat is the tropical jungles of the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.  There is currently a small population left in the wild living near Sumatra's national parks.

Sumatran tigers can often be found in zoos since there is a sophisticated global conservation breeding program in place in order to preserve their genetic uniqueness.

Did you know... 

that the Sumatran tiger is now the only surviving member of the Sunda Islands group of tigers?  The Bali and Javan tiger are now extinct!

Want to know more, why not visit the Toronto Zoo’s website 
and
read all about the Sumatran Tigers here.

 

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Did you know... 

that Sumatran Tigers have more stripes than other tigers? Also, a tiger's stripes are unique.  Just like our fingerprints, no two tigers have the same pattern of stripes.

 

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"If all the beasts 
were gone,
 men would die from 
a great loneliness 
of spirit, 
for whatever happens 
to the beasts 
also happens to the man.  
All things are connected.  Whatever befalls 
the Earth 
befalls the sons 
of the Earth."

~ Chief Seattle 
of the Suquamish Tribe,
 letter to 
President 
Franklin Pierce ~

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Life is as dear 
to a mute creature 
as it is to man.  
Just as one wants happiness 
and fears pain, 
just as one wants 
to live 
and not die, 
so do other creatures."

~ His Holiness 
The Dalai Lama ~

 

 

 

"If you have men 
who will exclude 
any of God's creatures 
from the shelter 
of compassion and pity, 
you will have men 
who will deal likewise 
with their fellow men."

~ St. Francis of Assisi ~

 

 

 

 

"The worst sin 
towards our fellow creatures 
is not to hate them,
 but to be indifferent to them.  that's the essence 
of inhumanity."

~ George Bernard 
Shaw ~

 

 

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