Is a Siberian tiger a house cat?
NO. Siberian tigers are TIGERS, which means they are large wild cats that are meant to live out in the wild, not in a house like a domestic cat!
well, a Siberian tiger would be related to (obviously) other tiger breeds, eg. the Bengal tiger, or sumatran tiger etc. a Siberian tiger is in the 'big cat' family, so it would also be related to other big cats, eg. the lion, cheetah, leopard etc. saying this, it also means that the Siberian tiger is distantly related to the average household cat as well. hope this helps... :)
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SIBERIAN The tiger is the second largest genus of big cat. The largest species of big cat is the liger, the cross breed between a lion and a tiger. Cool isn't it. The liger does not count, as it is a man made hybrid. The largest race of tiger is the Siberian Tiger on average, but some Bengals may grow as large. But that is a special kind of breed so a lion is the…
The Siberian tiger (Panthera Tigris altaica), a is a rare subspecies of tiger (P. Tigris). It is considered to be the biggest of the nine recent tiger subspecies and the largest member of the family Felidae. In other words, it is the largest tiger, and therefore the largest cat, in the world. It is now a protected species.
No. A Siberian tiger is a subspecies of tiger, and actually the largest subspecies of tiger (and largest cat) in the world. They occur naturally in northern Asia, and there has been no confirmed presence of the recessive white gene in Siberians. White tigers are color mutations of Bengal tigers, nothing more.