1. Tigers are the largest cats in the world, weighing up to 660 pounds (300 kg).
  2. They are native to Asia, and can be found in countries such as India, China, and Russia.
  3. Tigers are carnivorous and hunt a variety of prey, including deer, wild pigs, and even elephants.
  4. They have distinctive, striped coats that vary in color from reddish-orange to yellow, and have white bellies and black stripes.
  5. Tigers are apex predators and have no natural predators in the wild, except for humans.
  6. They have powerful jaws and sharp teeth that can crush bones and tear
  1. Lions are the only cats that live in social groups called prides.
  2. They are native to Africa and a small population exists in the Gir Forest in India.
  3. Lions are one of the largest big cats, with males weighing up to 550 pounds (250 kg) and females weighing up to 400 pounds (180 kg).
  4. They have a distinctive, golden-brown coat and a long, tufted tail.
  5. Lions are carnivorous and primarily hunt large mammals such as zebras, buffalos, and giraffes.
  6. They have sharp claws and powerful jaws that can bite through thick hides and bones.
  7. Lions are opp