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a b c Sunquist, M. (2010). "What is a Tiger? Ecology and Behaviour". In R. Tilson; P. J. Nyhus (eds.). Tigers of the World: The Science, Politics and Conservation of Panthera tigris (Seconded.). London, Burlington: Academic Press. p.19−34. ISBN 978-0-08-094751-8.

Wood, G. (1983). The Guinness Book of Animal Facts and Feats. Guinness Superlatives. ISBN 978-0-85112-235-9. a b Piper, P. J.; Ochoa, J.; Lewis, H.; Paz, V.; Ronquillo, W. P. (2008). "The first evidence for the past presence of the tiger Panthera tigris (L.) on the island of Palawan, Philippines: extinction in an island population". Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 264 (1–2): 123–127. Bibcode: 2008PPP...264..123P. doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2008.04.003. Golden Retrievers are an ultimate people dog. They thrive in families that can dedicate plenty of time and attention to them. They’re also very intelligent dogs that need plenty of time each day to play, exercise, and stimulate their brains. 4. Chow Chow The Leonberger dog is another of the largest orange dog breeds on this list. They have a wonderfully long and fluffy coat that comes in shades or red, reddish brown, sandy, and yellow. So, you’ll find every shade of orange in this breed! They are large dogs, growing from 25.5 to 31.5 inches tall and weighing anywhere from 90 to 170 lbs. Generally, males vary in total length from 220 to 310cm (87 to 122in) and weigh between 90 and 300kg (200 and 660lb) with skull length ranging from 295 to 383mm (11.6 to 15.1in). [59] [60] [61] The largest tiger on record reportedly weighed 423kg (933lb). [62] [63] Females vary in total length from 190 to 275cm (75 to 108in), weigh 65 to 167kg (143 to 368lb) with skull length ranging from 265 to 318mm (10.4 to 12.5in). [64] In either sex, the tail represents about 0.6 to 1.1m (2ft 0in to 3ft 7in) of the total length. The Bengal and Siberian tigers are the largest, while the Sumatran tiger is smaller and less heavy, rarely exceeding 142kg (313lb) in weight. [23] [26] Colour variations White tigers in Haifa ZooDNPWC & DFSC (2022). Status of Tigers and Prey in Nepal 2022 (PDF) (Report). Kathmandu, Nepal: Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation & Department of Forests and Soil Conservation, Ministry of Forests and Environment.

Karanth, K. U. & Nichols, J. D. (1998). "Estimation of tiger densities in India using photographic captures and recaptures" (PDF). Ecology. 79 (8): 2852–2862. doi: 10.1890/0012-9658(1998)079[2852:EOTDII]2.0.CO;2. JSTOR 176521.

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Though many dogs can have orange fur, it’s often described in very different ways. It’s likely you’ll see dogs advertised as yellow, red, gold, apricot, caramel, and so on. But, it’s pretty uncommon to see a dog described as orange. So, when searching for an orange dog, try some of these alternative terms. Fossil teeth and bones found in Borneo were attributed to the Bornean tiger and date to about 13,745 to 3,000 years ago. It may have accessed Borneo, when the sea level was low during a glaciation period, and may have survived until about 200 years ago. [39] [40]

van Uhm, D.P. (2016). The Illegal Wildlife Trade: Inside the World of Poachers, Smugglers and Traders (Studies of Organized Crime). New York: Springer.Smith, J. L. D. (1993). "The role of dispersal in structuring the Chitwan tiger population". Behaviour. 124 (3): 165–195. doi: 10.1163/156853993X00560. The tiger is a long-ranging species, and individuals disperse over distances of up to 650km (400mi) to reach tiger populations in other areas. [88] Radio-collared tigers in Chitwan National Park started dispersing from their natal areas earliest at the age of 19 months. Four females dispersed between 0 and 43.2km (0.0 and 26.8mi), and 10 males between 9.5 and 65.7km (5.9 and 40.8mi). None of them crossed open cultivated areas that were more than 10km (6.2mi) wide, but moved through forested habitat. [89]

Panthera tigris trinilensis lived about 1.2million years ago and is known from fossils excavated near Trinil in Java. [36] The Wanhsien, Ngandong, Trinil, and Japanese tigers became extinct in prehistoric times. [37] Tigers reached India and northern Asia in the late Pleistocene, reaching eastern Beringia, Japan, and Sakhalin. Some fossil skulls are morphologically distinct from lion skulls, which could indicate tiger presence in Alaska during the last glacial period, about 100,000 years ago. [38]

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Luo, S.; Johnson, W. E.; Martenson, J.; Antunes, A.; Martelli, P.; Uphyrkina, O.; Traylor-Holzer, K.; Smith, J. L.D.; O'Brien, S. J. (2008). "Subspecies Genetic Assignments of Worldwide Captive Tigers Increase Conservation Value of Captive Populations". Current Biology. 18 (8): 592–596. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2008.03.053. PMID 18424146. S2CID 16594083. Faizolahi, K. (2016). "Tiger in Iran – historical distribution, extinction causes and feasibility of reintroduction". Cat News (Special Issue 10): 5–13.

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