How many tigers are there in Australia?
There are alot of tigers in Australia but they are only in some zoos
Yes many people from Africa and Australia do eat tigers.
There are no tigers - snow, or otherwise - in Australia.
No, because there are no tigers in Australia, and kangaroos are ONLY in Australia.
Maybe in a zoo or private Collection. Tigers of any colour aren't native to Australia.
In zoos perhaps, but not in the wild. No they live in India and Siberia. Sadly, many species of tiger are endangered. The only tigers you will find in Australia are in zoos. There are no native cats in Australia at all. The confusion may arise because of the animal (now extinct) which was known as the Tasmanian tiger, but which was not related to tigers at all. Its correct name was Thylacine, and it… Read More
lions and tigers do not live in Australia, so they are not Australian animals. Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, koalas are native Australian animals, because they were not brought into Australia. What makes an animal australian? An Australian animal is one that lives in Australia. Lions and tigers may be brought to Australia to live wildly in the future, and then they will be called Australian. But not native.
The only white tigers in Australia are ones in zoos. Australia has no native felids at all, and tigers are found only in Asia. White tigers are individuals of the Bengal tiger subspecies that have a genetic condition called leucism. They are not Siberian tigers, not albino, and not a unique species or subspecies - these are all common mistakes people make regarding them. In the wild, they rarely occur as leucism is passed on… Read More
No. Tasmanian tigers only lived in the continent of Australia and part of New Guinea.
There are no tigers in Australia (except in zoos), so it is unlikely a tiger and a kangaroo will ever meet.
No, the tigers and elephants are not found in Australia. Rabbits are found there. Tigers are only found in South-east Asia and elephants in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southern Asia.
only in australia and russia and america
No. There are no tigers in Australia; nor have there ever been. The now-extinct animal sometimes called the Tasmanian tiger was not a tiger at all. Its proper name was Thylacine, and it was a marsupial, unlike tigers which are placental mammals.
No, they do not. The main reason being because the platypus is native to Australia. And there are no tigers native to Australia. However if tigers were native to Australia, it is likely they would hunt and eat platypuses if they were very hungry. To a tiger, the platypus wouldn't be very filling, so they would prefer larger prey, like a kangaroo.
how many tigers are there left today???
There's no species known as "Australian tigers". And tigers are not native to Australia. Any tiger living in Australia would be in a zoo, private collection or similar, and would weigh according to specie, gender, age, Health etc.
Officially, none. There have been no confirmed sightings of the Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, since the last one died in Hobart Zoo in September 1936.
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No. Tigers are Native to the Asian Continent. Two species of tigers live here. The Royal Bengal Tiger in India and the Siberian Tiger in Russia. No known species of Tiger have been found to live in Africa.
No, absolutely not. Only specially licensed zoos may have tigers. There are no circumstances under which you may keep a tiger as a pet in Australia.
No, tigers cannot eat koalas because koalas live in Australia and tigers live in Asia and South America. If they inhabited the same continent, there is every chance that tigers would eat koalas, as koalas range from tree to tree, and do spend some time on the ground.
there are 3,200 tigers in the world
tigers have 38 chromosomes!
There were approximately 100,000 tigers
There are no wild tigers in Alaska.
Dingoes live in Australia, tigers in Asia. Tigers can't eat dingoes due to geographical separation.
There is only one island I'm aware of that tigers are extinct from, and that is Java. There was also a species of tiger in Australia called the Tasmanian Tiger, which is also extinct.
The tiger is used by 7 teams in College Football. Auburn Tigers, Clemson Tigers, Louisiana State (LSU) Tigers, Memphis Tigers, Missouri Tigers, Princeton Tigers, and Towson Tigers.
None. Tigers are Asian animals. But there are many jaguars and pumas.
Tigers are solitary and do not live in prides.
Tigers normally have 30 teeth.
Tigers do not lay eggs.
Tigers get their food by hunting many animals.
caspian tigers are extinct
thri is 2000 tigers
There are so far 6 breeds of tigers but tigers are being forced to crossbreed and there could be many more breeds. Thank you for reading :)
Many zoos have tigers, and there are some parks in India that contain tigers in their native habitat.
There are not, nor have ever been, Tasmanian tigers in Florida. Fossil evidence indicates that Tasmanian tigers only lived in the continent of Australia and part of New Guinea.
There are nearly 5000 tigers in the wild, many times more than that in zoos.
None or '0' There are no wild tigers in USA. You can find tigers in zoos in the USA
THERE ARE 3 MEMPHIS TIGERS IN THE NBA.
theres 4576 Tigers in the world
on the entire earth there are about 8000-9000 tigers
their is only 3200 tigers left in the world!! :)
Many tigers live in India
about 3500 tigers left on earth
There are about 4000 tigers and 5 species
there are 400 to 500 Siberian tigers in the world
Tigers only have two canine teeth .
Tigers don't live in groups.