Of course they are! The wouldn't be called Sabre Tooth tigers if they weren't tigers!
About a foot
It is very possible sabre tooth tigers actually had teeth. In the movie Ice Age, the sabre tooth tiger had two (or one) long, sharp, front teeth. This can be called a theory. But this is proof that the sabre tooth tiger might've had teeth.
Sabre tooth tigers are extinct. We don't know.
What DID they eat. Sabre-tooth tigers were saber tooth tigers, and they're extinct. They ate a collection of Deer, Mammoth, Macharachinia and Carcass. Sources: Another Answers.com answer
sabor tooth tigers at meat that is what the big teeth where for
apex predator,top of the chain.sabertooths were NOT tigers.
they have longest teeth in the carnivorus kingdom
Saber toothed tigers were vertebrates
long ago the sabre tooth tigers were not plentiful and did or had not breed much so they were not many cubs and they were always being killed and sometimes ran out of survival untill they all died
No. Sabre tooth tigers have been extinct for thousands of years.
i think short hair
Sabre-Tooth was created in 1966.
no Sabre tooth tigers lived in north and south America there relatives are jugars and pumas
The probability of sabre-tooth tigers still existing as living animals is zero.
Saber Tooth Tigers live world wide
Yes.Yes, for quite some time now.
Since the Saber Tooth Tiger is a mammal it reproduce like us so it would be by live birth
Yes sabre tooth tiger have fur
Usually its habitat makes it survive or it might be its prey,predators and the air.
Just chance i think, dont forget there are Siberian tigers which are perfectly happy with snow, and there used to be sabre-tooth tigers who lived through an ice age
there used to live in the UK when it froze for 900 years then died out when all the ice melted.
sadly because of early humans as the humans and sabre toothed tigers hunted the same animals such as bison but humans overhunted them leaving the sabre tooth tiger with nothing left to eat so they eventually died out
Sabre, like Sabre toothed tigers