• Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Tigers prefer engaging in most of their hunting activities at night. This is to avoid human conflict during daylight and also patrol around their territory at night. Tigers also patrol their territories at night, fighting off anything that would breach their spots.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • Tigers are willing to share with other tigers, even eating in turns to make way for others.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • It’s rare to see black tigers as none have been recorded in zoos. However some tigers have such thick stripes that they appear to have a solid black coat.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • Tigers use their powerful teeth and jaws to munch through bones, sinew, and meat. Their teeth are so sharp that it could snap necks and kill prey in one blow.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • The first tigers appeared two million years ago.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • All cat species have taste buds like us. Their taste buds cannot recognize sweetness. Even if you feed them sweet products and meals, they won’t be able to detect it with their tongue.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • There are five living subspecies.

    Living subspecies

    - Bengal Tiger

    - Sumatran Tiger

    - South China Tiger

    - Indochinese Tiger

    - Siberian Tiger

    Extint subspecies

    - Bali

    - Caspian

    - Javan

  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • Their eyes have a specialized structure which lets them see six times better than a normal human. Which helps them in their nocturnal hunting habit.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Like human’s beings tigers have their own 'built in' cameras. It is believed that the white spots on a tiger’s ears function as its extra eyes that can detect attackers from behind.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • Tigers do not normally view humans as a prey. Tigers tend to attack humans only when they feel threatened.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Tiger species have their own fur unique pattern, which means that no two tigers share the same stripes.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • Male Siberian tigers can grow at least 11 feet tall, with an average weight of 660 pounds or more. Although their female counterparts tend to be smaller, they are still much bigger compared to other tiger subspecies.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Tigers can eat eighty-eight pounds of meat on an average in one sitting. After a successful hunt, it may feast on its prey’s body for days or bury it to save for later.
  • Artist Kiran Soni Gupta
  • India's bengal tigers are the most beautiful tigers in the world.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Tigers need to constantly practice their powerful roars to assert dominance and communicate well. Their vocalization routines include chuffing, roaring, hissing, moaning, and growling.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • One big advantage for tigers when they hunt is their ability to imitate other animal calls.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Like human’s tigers have their own 'built in' cameras. It is believed that the white spots on a tiger’s ears function as its extra eyes that can detect attackers from behind.
  • Artist Vijay Kumawat
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • When tigers get bruised or wounded, they lick the affected area to disinfect and prevent any kind of infection as their saliva is a natural wound antiseptic. This healing property comes from a special protein found in their saliva.
  • Artist Shweta Bhandari
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • Tigers do not make loud roars in groups. They only roar when communicating long-distance or asserting territory boundaries. Male tigers would even allow cubs and tigresses to eat first.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • At full speed, tigers can reach up to 65km/h.
  • Artist Ajit Kumar
  • A tiger’s roar can be heard as far as three kilometres away.
  • Artist Kiran Soni Gupta