Indochinese Tiger Facts
Five groups that classify all living things
A group of animals within the animal kingdom
A group of animals within a pylum
A group of animals within a class
A group of animals within an order
A group of animals within a family
The name of the animal in science
|Panthera Tigris Corbetti|
The animal group that the species belongs to
What kind of foods the animal eats
How long (L) or tall (H) the animal is
|2.3m - 2.8m (7.5ft - 9ft)|
The measurement of how heavy the animal is
|100kg - 195kg (221lbs - 430lbs)|
The fastest recorded speed of the animal
How long the animal lives for
|18 - 25 years|
Whether the animal is solitary or sociable
The likelihood of the animal becoming extinct
The colour of the animal's coat or markings
|Orange, Black, White|
The protective layer of the animal
The preferred food of this animal
The specific area where the animal lives
|Secluded mountainous forests|
|Average Litter Size:|
The average number of babies born at once
The food that the animal gains energy from
|Deer, Cattle, Wild Boar|
Other animals that hunt and eat the animal
Characteristics unique to this animal
|Striped fur and powerful body|
Indochinese Tiger Location
Map of Asia
The Indochinese tiger (also known as the Corbett's tiger) is a subspecies of tiger, found throughout south-east Asia. The Indochinese tiger is now an endangered species and actually thought to be extinct in the Chinese wild today.
The Indochinese tiger is found throughout Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Burma and Vietnam, although the Indochinese tiger's range is much smaller now than it once was and no Indochinese tigers have been seen in the wild in China since 2007.
The Indochinese tiger is a medium sized species of tiger that is found inhabiting the secluded forests in the mountainous regions that generally lie along the borders between countries. This makes studying the Indochinese tiger very difficult so not much is known about them.
The Indochinese tiger is a dominant and carnivorous predator, hunting its prey by stalking it until the Indochinese tiger has the opportunity to catch it off guard. Indochinese tigers primarily hunt larger mammals including deer, wild boar, cattle and goats.
Due to the size and power of the Indochinese tiger, it has no natural predators in its native environment. Humans that hunt the Indochinese tiger and habitat loss are the only threats to the Indochinese tiger.
After a gestation period of 3 to 4 months, the female Indochinese tiger gives birth to up to 5 cubs. Newborn Indochinese tiger cubs weigh about 1 kg (2 lb) and are blind and helpless. The mother feeds them milk for about 2 months and then the Indochinese tiger cubs are introduced to meat. Indochinese tiger cubs depend on their mother for the first 18 months and then they start hunting on their own.
Today, due to habitat loss caused by deforestation, and hunting by human poachers, the Indochinese tiger is considered to be an endangered species. Modern estimates suggest that the current wild Indochinese tiger population is between 1,200 and 1,800 individuals.
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Indochinese Tiger Translations
Indochinese tiger, Corbett's tiger
Panthera tigris corbetti
Panthera tigris corbetti
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First Published: 27th May 2010, Last Updated: 8th November 2019
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