Tiger stripes are unique – like your fingerprints. This is how scientists who study tigers can tell them apart.
Once mature, tigers are solitary; coming together only for mating.
Tigers have no predators, except humans.
Tigers communicate through scent, vocalizations, and visual signs like claw marks on trees.
At Reid Park Zoo:
A tiger’s stripes help it to hide (camouflage). If you can’t find the tiger, look along the plants on the edges of the exhibit; he might be hiding there.
Tigers are excellent swimmers, and you may find the tiger in this habitat enjoying the pool on a warm day.