Scientific Name: Panthera tigris jacksoni
Found In: Southern & Central Malaysia.
Size: Adult males weigh around 260lb, while females average 220lb.
Diet: Small prey such as birds, fish, rodents, amphibians, and reptiles in addition to mammals such as primates, porcupines, Water buffalo, elephants and rhinos.
Threat Level: Critically Endangered – Primary threats are illegal hunting and trading of tiger bones for medicine and wealth
Facts: Tigers are generally solitary, with adults maintaining exclusive territories, or home ranges.
Virginia Zoo Malayan Tigers: father Christopher and male cubs Stubbley and Osceola