What other animals are related in the tiger family?
house cat, leopard, cheetah, lion, puma, and the mountain lion.
All the members of the Panthera genus are closely related to lions: Tigers, leopards, snow leopards and jaguars.
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... :)
The Tasmanian Tiger, or Thylacine, was a dasyurid, or carnivorous marsupial. Its closest relatives are therefore other dasyurids such as the Tasmanian Devil and the quoll. However, no other animal is closely related to the Thylacine.
VERY SMART! cats are very smart animals and tigers are part of the cat family :)
The cat and tiger are most closely related, and are both of the family Felidae. Even though the numbat and eastern barred bandicoot are both marsupials, that is where the similarities end.
Other big cats are related to tigers including the common house cat, leopard, cheetah, lion, puma, and the mountain lion.
Domestic Cat Lion Bengal Tiger Siberian Tiger Cheetah Leopard Jaguar Snow Leopard Saber-Toothed Cat
A Tiger, like a Lion or Cheetah, comes from the cat family.
No. The Tasmanian tiger, more correctly known as the Thylacine, was a marsupial. It was not at all related to the cat family.
Since the tiger is part of the Felidae family, it means that ALL cats are related. However, the tiger is one of the four "big cats" that make up the genus Panthera, the other three being the lion, jaguar and leopard. They are the first biggest cat and the largest.
Lion, tiger, cheetah, lynx, leopard are some of the animals that belong to cats family.
tigers are part of the cat family. panthers, lions, leopards, lynx, domestic cats are all related to the tiger.
A long list of animals of the cat family include the cat, a saber-tooth tiger, mountain lion, lion, tiger, bobcat, as well as others.
The now-extinct Tasmanian tiger (Thylacine) was a dasyurid, or carnivorous marsupial. It was distantly related to the quoll and the Tasmanian devil. It was neither a wolf nor a tiger.
That depends on what you mean by "cat family." Tigers are part of the family Felidae, but they are not part of the subfamily Felinae... they're felids, but not felines. In other words: tigers are clearly related to domestic cats, but they're not as closely related to them as, say, bobcats are.
Lions belong to the same genus as the tiger, leopard, snow leopard and jaguar,
That depends on how far out you want to go. Depending on the range of relation you mean, tigers can be related to dogs, mammals, hagfish, or even animals in general.
There is no such creature as an Australian tiger, and there are no members of the cat family native to Australia. There was once a marsupial mistakenly called a Tasmanian Tiger, which died out in the 1930s, but this animal was not a member of the tiger family, or even remotely related.
Like any other tiger, they eat animals from the deer family and other plant eaters and occasionally other meateaters like jackals, lynx, etc.
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They are but their related to the cat family
yes saber tooth tigers are part of the tiger/cat family
mountain lion puma leopard tiger lion
Lion and tiger
The jaguar belongs to the genus panthera which includes the lion. tiger, leopard and snow leopard - all closely related to the jaguar. Other cats are distantly related.
The numbat has no close relatives, being the only member of its genus. It is distantly related to other marsupials. Its closest relative is thought to have been the now-extinct Thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian tiger.
young tiger salamanders look excactly like them at first
yes, you can adopt a tiger and many other animals at World Wildlife Fund Adopt a Tiger...
Other insects or other small animals.
Yes, because of the family of the ancestors of the cat, as in evolution between the cats, and then the lion and the tiger. So yes, the lion and the tiger are related in some kind of evolution.
yes it lived with a mammoth and other animals
Neither. The Tasmanian tiger (actually the thylacine) was a marsupial; that puts it in whole separate subclass from dogs and cats, which are placentals. The thylacine occupied the ecological niche which is filled in other places by placental predators. All of the animals mentioned are mammals, but that's about as closely as they're related.
A tiger hunts down and kills other animals, then eats their flesh. Since that is the basic definition of a carnivore, the tiger is classified as such.
Bobcats and tigers are in the same family, Felidae, but are in different subfamilies and genera.
The tiger is a panther. Panther is a generic term and does not apply to a single species. It may refer to: a lion - panthera leo a tiger - panthera tigris a leopard - panthera pardus a jaguar - panthera onca a snow leopard - panthera uncia The tiger is closely related to all the above animals.
Yes. It attacks and eats other animals.
because they can hunt other animals
Lion,Tiger,Crocodile,Eagle,and all animals that eat other animals
A tiger is a predator, because they hunt other animals but are not strictly speaking hunted themselves.
tiger eat flesh of other animals where as cat do not.
Yes, even though a tiger is of a the cat family, it is more closely related to a dog than that of a whale and a fish because a whale is a mammal but a fish is not.
Animals that belong to cat family are called as FELINE .Animal like Mountain lion,tiger,Leopard etc.
Animals that chase, capture and kill other animals for their food are called carnivores and predators. Examples are: the lion, tiger, cheetah, leopard, bear...
some animals do not like sharing food, such as bear, tiger and other
elephants, and deer , and small animals wild oxen, monkeys and other animals
In the wild, the strips on a "normal" tiger help to camouflage the tiger when stalking prey in the dappled light of a jungle. A white tiger, on the other hand, would stand out and be too easily seen by prey animals - so putting it at a disadvantage.
tiger sharks in the wild are most likely vicious and aggressive with other sharks and animals
Tiger is predator, so it eats other animals. For example deers, wild boars and so on
meat from deer and other animals like that...