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Siberian Tigers

Scientific Name

Panthera tigris altaica

👀 Animal Footmark

Learn more about them below

Fun Fact!
Did you Know?!
These majestic big cats are excellent swimmers and love to cool off in the water during hot weather! They also have retractable claws that help them climb trees.

Life Span

In the wild

10-15 years (wild), up to 20 years (in captivity)

at the zoo

Up to 20 years



220-660 pounds (Siberian tiger: up to 1,000 pounds)


3.5-4.5 feet at the shoulder (males are larger than females)



A lot of insects and occasionally plants.


Originated from Asia.

They prefer to live in dense forests or grasslands near water sources.

Conservation Status

Endangered (EN)

Learn more about their conversion status.

The IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Natur maintains the Red List, a global database assessing the conservation status of species. It's a vital tool for tracking endangered species and guiding conservation efforts.

in the twin valleys

Siberian Tigers
On Map
Visit them at Brantford Nature's Getaway

Navigate to them across our 25 acres.

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Find them in Brantford