What tiger subspecies are you?

By 12th January 2024Blog

There are two distinct groups of tigers, the continental tigers found on the Asian mainland and Sunda island tigers, now only found on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia.

The continental tigers include the Bengal, Malayan, Indochinese, and Amur (Siberian) tiger populations, and Sumatran tigers are the only remaining Island tigers. Each of these five subspecies of tiger has unique characteristics, take the quiz below to find out which of them you’re most similar to.

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