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No. Tasmanian tigers only lived in the continent of Australia and part of New Guinea.
white tigers live in India so in India the climate is hot and tropical climate
They can live in any climate
Tasmanian tigers, or Thylacines, are extinct now, but they tended to be solitary animals, not roaming in packs.
Tasmanian tigers, or thylacines, went extinct in the early 20th century.
No. On the contrary, the Tasmanian devil lives in Australia's island state of Tasmania, which has a cool temperate climate.
Both wallabies and Tasmanian Tigers (Thylacines) are mammals, specifically marsupials. Tasmanian Tigers are believed to be extinct, and many species of wallaby are heading in the same direction, due to man's interference.
Tasmanian tigers, more properly known as Thylacines, were at the top of the food chain. They had no natural predators.
Generally, Thylacines (as Tasmanian tigers were properly called) did not make any sound. They were heard, on occasion, to make a quick yipping sound. Tasmanian tigers were not tigers, so they did not make a tiger-like growl.
Same era as us, the Cenozoic era, the age of the mammals. If an animal is a mammal, they probably are from the Cenozoic. Tasmanian tigers, or thylacines, went extinct in the 1930s.