The Caspian Tiger will usually eat whatever it can get. The larger ingulates formed the bulk of the diet. They could have also fed on livestock or attack wounded tigers, especially when prey was depleted.
yes the Caspian tiger is extint from the 1980's
The Caspian tiger has been extinct for several decades now. However, recent evidence suggests the Caspian tiger was an isolated population of the Siberian tiger, very close genetically.
the caspian tiger
Hunting and loss of habitat doomed the Caspian tiger. Recent evidence shows the Siberian tiger to be nearly 100% genetically identical with the Caspian.
I can find a reference to a Caspian tiger but none to a Caspian lion.
By hunting and habitat loss.
The Caspian tiger became extinct because of over hunting. There was also a large loss of habitat for the creatures.
There is a preserved Caspian Tiger at the Medical College in Baku, Azerbaijan.
· Caspian Tiger also known as Persian Tiger, Turanian Tiger, Mazandaran Tiger, Myrcanian Tiger - Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey, Mongolia, Kasakhstan, Kyrgystan, Tajikistand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
the Caspian tiger was,now the Bengal tiger.
Caspian tigers lived in places where there were much trees like forests
extinct subspecies are: Bali tiger, Javan tiger and Caspian tiger.
The Caspian tiger was basically hunted to extinction. However, recent genetic evidence has shown that the Siberian tiger and the Caspian were nearly identical, with the two separating just a few thousand years ago.
The last Caspian tiger was seen in 1958 in Afghanistan. The cause of this breed's extinction is thought to be loss of habitat due to human encroachment.
The extinct Caspian tiger was almost geneticly identical to the Siberian.
there are eight different kinds.they are... bengal tiger sumatran tiger siberian tiger indo-chinese tiger south china tiger bali tiger caspian tiger javan tiger
humans just killed it
Because they were huntd to extinction