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Siberian tiger

Syllabification: Si·be·ri·an ti·ger

Definition of Siberian tiger in English:

noun

A tiger of a large and threatened race with a long thick coat, found in southeastern Siberia and northeastern China.
Example sentences
  • Reserves were created to save critical habitat for endangered species such as the Siberian tiger, saiga antelope, Russian desman and black stork.
  • Your book focuses on the lions of Gir, the saltwater crocs of Australia's Northern Territory, Romania's brown bears, and Siberian tigers.
  • Larger than Siberian tigers, cave lions once ranged throughout the Northern Hemisphere.

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