Are male tigers usually larger than female tigers?
in general male tigers weigh between 180 and 320 kg and females between 120 and 180 kg
Male tigers are larger than female tigers and male tigers whiskers are also longer than the female tigers
Male tigers are much larger than female tigers.
Male tigers are larger than female tigers in comparison. Also, they have larger paws in proportion to their body size than female.
Some differences are: Male Tigers are Larger Male Tigers are Heavier Male Tigers cannot tolerate other tigers in their territory Female Tigers raise the cubs all on their own
Yes. Tigers, both male and female, have separate territories and usually keep to themselves. Male territories are usually larger and overlap with those of several females for breeding purposes. Tigers are solitary except for mating and raising young.
Acually, the differences are 1 female tigers have black and orange stripes, where as female lions have a beatuiful sandy,gold colouring. female tigers are not much smaller than the males, nor are female lions to male lions. but female tigers have the ability to grow MUCH! bigger than males, but are usually smaller by about an inch. A male lion, even without it's mane, is only a little a bit larger then a female lion.
I'm sure it's possible If the male is sick or he's just small, but normally the males are larger
Usually, the female is the larger of the two.
Size, mostly. Males are larger than females
The male Siberian tigers usually travel by themselves while the female tigers travel with their cubs.
White Tigers, as well as all other tigers, are solitary and territorial animals but they are also social. The male and female tigers each have their own territories where usually one male territory overlaps several female territories.
If you look at the diagram for the conch, the male conch has a verge (penis) when the female don't. Also the male conch shell is usually larger then the female.
usually the female is larger than the male but i dont think this is the case for all frogs though. usually it is...
Males are typically larger than females. In 100 mile radius you would find 1 male. His territory would over lap several females.
Yes. Like any other mammals, tigers are male or female.
Male tigers are generally heavier than female tigers. In Bengal tigers, the male weighs between 390 to 570 pounds. The female weighs between 220 to 400 pounds.
The female anaconda is larger than the male.
The head of the male is usually larger and broader than the female. The male has an angular body and the female has a round body.
Females are usually larger than males.
Usually about 10-14fr. When catheterizing a female, we use a larger catheter than we do a male. Catheterizing a female is usually done with a 16-18fr catheter.
It depends on the species but a male can become over 3.25 metres and the females are usually smaller.
No, female tigers do nor attack male tigers after mating. But, they escape from the male tigers and flee to far away lands where it gives birth to it's cubs. They do this because, they fear that the male tigers might hurt it's cubs.
Usually female angler-fish are at least 40% bigger than males.
Male: Tiger Female: Tigress
The male turkey is substantially larger than the female.
Well, according to scientific research, male tigers are bigger than female tigers. Males have always been known too be bigger than females so according to logic ( and scientific research) , male tigers are bigger than female tigers.
Generally yes, although it depends on the breed. Female love birds are usually larger than the males.
usually male king Charles are bigger and are more broad then the girls. I have a male and he is much bigger than the female ones i have seen.
Usually male tigers never see their cubs, they will mate with the female then move on. But if a mother tiger encounters another tiger (it could be male OR female), she will protect her cubs in fear of them being killed or eaten.
usually a male has longer tail fins but they are about the same for side fins
Tigers, like all mammals, are either male or female.
Most of the time yes. A male wolf is usually larger and stronger than a female wolf. the pelts are the same though.
The smallest of all tigers, the female Sumatran sub-species weighs around 240 to 260 pounds at the most, and measures about seven and a half feet long. The male is a bit larger, up to 300 pounds.
No. Male crayfish are bigger, and have larger claws. Female crayfish have larger abdomens.
Male and female rhinos are usually very similar in appearance, however male rhinos are typically larger than females. On average, adult male rhinos weigh 5,500 pounds.
Female turtles, regardless of "breed", are generally the larger of male or female.
No not usually, but I'm sure there are cases where the male doesn't grow as large as he should, or a female just growing larger than she should...
Males are larger, and usually more aggressive.
No. Tigers can be either male or female.
no, the male is larger
The tom or male is larger
They aren't the same color the male is only a bit dark red and female is light orange
There are many different types of tigers. Generally the farther north you find them the larger they are, some weighing as much as 660 pounds (300 kg.) The average weight of a male is 500 pounds and a female would weigh in at about 300 pounds. The largest male tigers which can measure up to 10.9 feet in length (including their tail) but on average a male is usually closer to 10 feet long and… Read More
Most wasps you see will be female workers. The drone (male) is usually larger than a worker, is more brightly coloured, has long, drooping antennae, and has no sting.
It depends on the snake; for example: the female anaconda is larger than the male, but this is not always the case.
The female leopard seal tends to be significantly larger than the male.
not all the time, females are usually larger with darker markings
The female ones are larger, as female urethra is larger.
With spiders in trees, the female is larger. With spiders on the ground, males and females are about the same size or, with a few exceptions, the male is larger.
In Birds of prey (raptors), the female is ALWAYS bigger on average. Usually by about a third.