How fast can a tiger run?
Tigers are the heaviest of the big-cats, but are heavily muscled
enough, to reach speeds capable of catching running deer in short
bursts. Tigers have been documented reaching speeds up to 32 mph in
a sprint. Normally, tigers do not need to run as fast as their
smaller cousins (lionesses 36mph, cheetahs 68mph) though. Their
camouflage, works with their wooded environment and provides them
with a close-quarter arena, where stealth enables them to get quite
close to their intended prey before revealing itself. Even a human
could catch up to a deer if they approach it within a close enough
A lion is a large tawny colored cat that lives in northwestern
India and Africa.