Largest Cat In The World
The Siberian tiger is rated is the largest cat in the world though some...
The Siberian tiger is rated is the largest cat in the world though some believe that Liger is greatest. The Latin name of this largest cat breed in the world is Pathera. The average weight of male Siberian tiger is about 900 pounds (408 kg). Siberian Tigers are found in Northeastern China, Korea, Russia, India and Pakistan. Siberian tigers are not human hunters like other typical tigers; they only attack people when an attempt is made to invade their territory. They are rather peaceful animals despite being wild. On average this species has up to 2.5 m head and body with 90 cm tail length.
Largest cat ever recorded is the magnificent leisure cat Hercules who also holds the record Guinness Book of World Records for largest cat, Hercules from London weighs 900 pounds (408kg) and is 6 feet tall and 12 feet long. This amazing creature is born from tiger mother and lion father. Hercules parents shared a large enclosure at a zoo and mated on their own. They were not forced or planned to mate and artificial means were not used for crossbreeding. Though Liger cats are thought to be fat and unhealthy creatures because of their weight but Hercules is exceptional despite eating 100 pounds of food in one sitting, it can still run at the speed of 50mph.