How big are the saber-toothed cat cubs?
they are not born with the teeth they grow them when they grow up
Any cat like the lynx or a bobcat , and since they are not considered BIG cats, who has babies, those babies are called kittens or cubs. I'm not for sure since a cub would be what you called a baby tiger or lion who are part of the big cat family, but you would have to research it more. I'm pretty sure they are called cubs though.
No they have been extinct a long time There have been several distinct species of sabertoothed cats through prehistory, all of which are now extinct. There was even one marsupial sabertoothed "cat." The last of the sabre-toothed tigers died thousands of years ago. no they are extinct, and they have been extinct for exactly 11.000 years They did exist, but only in history. Due to the Ice Age and other complications the saber tooth tiger…
No, because the alaskan malamute is not as powerful and big as a big cat. For instance, an alaskan malamute would not be able to kill a cougar or any big cat since the big cat would use its strength and claws to bring down the alaskan malamute. However, a pack of alaskan malamutes could kill any big cat.