The Life of Animals | Indochinese Tiger | Male Indochina tigers as 2.55 to 2.85 meters (8.37 to 9.35 m) long, weighing 150-195 kg (330-430 pounds) as measured between the skull 319-365 mm (13-14 inches) in length. Large individuals can weigh over 250 kg (550 pounds). Female Indochinese tigers as 2.30 to 2.55 m (7.55 to 8.37 feet) in length, weight 100-130 kg (221-287 pounds) with a length of 275-311 mm skull (11 12). The average female Indochinese tiger is approximately 2.44 m (8 ft) long and weighs about 115 kg (253 pounds). Indochinese tigers live in secluded forests in hilly to mountainous terrain, most of which lies along the borders between countries. Indochinese tigers prey primarily ungulates of medium and large enterprises. Sambar deer, wild boar, and cattle Serow large gaur and banteng and youth constitute the majority of the diet of the tiger in Indochina.
small prey itself is just enough to satisfy the energy needs of a large carnivore such as the tiger, and is enough to play Tiger. This factor, combined with poaching for Tiger Direct traditional Chinese medicine, is the main factor in the collapse of the Indochinese tiger throughout its range. According to government estimates of national populations of tiger, the subspecies population numbers around a total of 350 individuals All existing populations are at extreme risk reduction hunting of prey due to illegal hunting of wild pigs, deer and habitat fragmentation and inbreeding. Tiger numbers will be difficult to increase unless the residents can see a live tiger as more valuable than a dead man.