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Tigers are large, territorial Asian cats that are threatened with extinction due to loss of habitat. They have excellent eyesight and hunt prey mostly at night. Unlike most cats, tigers like the water and are good swimmers. Tigers evolved in south central China and moved to nearby areas, like Siberia, Sumatra, Indochina, and India. There are no tigers native to Africa. Tigers range from 4.5-9 feet (1.4-2.7 m) long and weigh up to 500 pounds (230 kg). The coat ranges from white to orange-brown, and has black, brown, or grey stripes. The ears are small and round, have a black back and a white spot in the middles. Tigers caves, tree hollows and dense vegetation have dens. Mostly at night but in the northern part of its range, the Amur sub-species may be active during the day in the winter months. Although individuals who patrol their territory, the range is visited over a period of days or weeks, and are marked with urine and feces. reproductive Tigers mate at any time, although more frequent breeding from November to April. On average, tigers sometimes gives birth to 2-3 cubs every 2-2.5 years and every 3-4 years. All kittens mold, produced from a litter within 5 months. Pregnancy and childbirth are usually 104 to 106 days, in a cave or dense vegetation is a crack in the rock. life cycle Tigers win its independence, and men and women are generally 2 years 4-5 years to reach sexual maturity at 3-4 years. Child mortality but high: nearly half of all cubs do not survive more than two years. Tigers in the wild have been known to reach the age of 26.