Unlike lions, tigers live a mostly solitary lifestyle. When together in a group, a group of tigers is known as a “streak!”
You won’t often see a ‘streak’ of Tigers though. They don’t live in groups. Tiger groups normally only occur in captivity where restrictions in space and money force captive facilities to place tigers in unnatural social groups. In the wild, Tigers are solitary animals, except mothers and their cubs.
Individual tigers roam across large areas, also known as home ranges, the size of which will be determined by the availability of food. Thanks to @yashasnarayan for the awesome capture 🐅
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