Top 10 similar words or synonyms for indochinese_tiger

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for indochinese_tiger

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Indochinese tiger The Indochinese tiger is generally smaller than Bengal and Siberian tigers. Males range in size from and in weight from . Females range in size from and in weight from . These recorded weights are respectively similar to those of male and female Asiatic lions.
Indochinese tiger The Indochinese tiger is distributed in Myanmar, Thailand and Laos.
Indochinese tiger More than half of the total population survives in the Western Forest Complex in Thailand, especially in the area of the Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary. This habitat consists of tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests.
Indochinese tiger Indochinese tigers live in forests, grasslands, mountains and hills. They prefer mostly forested habitats such as tropical rainforests, evergreen forests, deciduous forests, tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests.
Indochinese tiger Indochinese tigers mate throughout the year, but most frequently during November through early April. After a gestation period of 3.5 months, roughly 103 days, a female Indochinese tiger is capable of giving birth to seven cubs. However, on average a female will only give birth to three. Indochinese tiger cubs are born with their eyes and ears closed until they begin to open and function just a few days after birth. During the first year of life there is a 35% mortality rate, and 73% of those occurrences of infant mortality are the entire litter. Infant mortality in Indochinese tigers is often the result of fire, flood, and infanticide. As early as 18 months for some but as late as 28 months for others, Indochinese tiger cubs will break away from their mothers and begin hunting and living on their own. Females of the subspecies reach sexual maturity at 3.5 years of age while it takes males up to 5 years to reach sexual maturity.
Indochinese tiger The Indochinese tiger ("Panthera tigris corbetti") (, "S̄eụ̄x khor̀ng xin do cīn") () is a tiger subspecies occurring in Myanmar, Thailand, Lao PDR, Viet Nam, Cambodia and southwestern China. It is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List, as the population seriously declined in recent years and approaches the threshold for Critically Endangered, with 342 individuals estimated as per 2011.
Indochinese tiger The largest population unit survives in Thailand estimated at 189 to 252 individuals. There are 85 individuals in Myanmar and only 20 Indochinese tigers remain in Viet Nam. It is considered extinct in Cambodia.
Indochinese tiger The tigers in peninsular Malaysia, formerly classified as Indochinese, have recently been reclassified as a separate subspecies, the Malayan tiger "Panthera tigris jacksoni".
Indochinese tiger In Myanmar, presence of tigers was confirmed in the Hukawng Valley, Tamanthi Wildlife Reserve, and in two small areas in the Tanintharyi Region.
Indochinese tiger It has not been recorded in Vietnam since 1997. Available data suggest that there are no more breeding tigers left in Cambodia, Viet Nam and China.