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Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni), zoo Tierpark Berlin, Germany.

 

Малайский тигр (Panthera tigris jacksoni). Зоопарк Берлин-Фридрихсфельде (нем. Tierpark Berlin-Friedrichsfelde), Германия.

 

Malaysisk tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni); zoologisk have Tierpark Berlin (Dyrepark Berlin), Tyskland.

The Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni, Malay: harimau belang) is a subspecies of tiger found in the southern and central parts of the Malay Peninsula.[2] Until 2004, it was not considered a subspecies in its own right. The new classification came about after a study by S. J. Luo et al. from the Laboratory of Genomic Diversity, part of the United States National Cancer Institute.

 

Recent counts showed there are 600–800 Malayan tigers in the wild, making it the most common tiger subspecies other than the Bengal and perhaps also the Indochinese tigers. It is nevertheless an endangered subspecies.

 

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The Malayan tiger (panthera tigris jacksoni in recognition of the work by zoologist Peter Jackson, or panthera tigris malayensis as the local authorities prefer to name it.) Until 2004, it was not recognised as a sub-species. Recent count shows that there are 600 to 800 in the wild in Peninsular Malaysia.

 

In Malaysia, this tiger is a national icon. It is depicted in the coat of arms of Malaysia, as well as institutions such as the largest bank and car manufacturer in the country. It signifies bravery and strength. The colours black and gold are commonly used in corporate logos and emblems.

 

This photo was taken at the Lok Kawi Wildlife park, about 20km from where I stay.

 

My friends, have a roaring day ahead. :-)))

The Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni, Malay: harimau belang) is a subspecies of tiger found in the southern and central parts of the Malay Peninsula.[2] Until 2004, it was not considered a subspecies in its own right. The new classification came about after a study by S. J. Luo et al. from the Laboratory of Genomic Diversity, part of the United States National Cancer Institute.

 

Recent counts showed there are 600–800 Malayan tigers in the wild, making it the most common tiger subspecies other than the Bengal and perhaps also the Indochinese tigers. It is nevertheless an endangered subspecies.

 

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Tevy, female Malayan Tiger

 

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Photo of a male Malayan tiger from a few months ago. Probably my most photographed subject from the San Diego Zoo.

La tigre indocinese (Panthera tigris corbetti)

Si tratta, come dimensioni,della terza sottospecie di tigre delle 6 oggi esistenti:

- La lunghezza del maschio varia da 2,55 a 2,85 m, per un peso tra i 150 ed i 195 Kg

- La femmina è lunga dai 2,3 ai 2,55 m per un peso che oscilla tra 130 e 150 Kg

 

La popolazione, che nel 2011 era scesa a circa 350 esemplari, è distribuita prevalentemente in Birmania, Cambogia, Laos, Thailandia e Vietnam. Le tigri indocinesi vivono nelle profondità delle foreste dei terreni collinari e montuosi, la maggior parte delle quali sono situate lungo i confini tra i vari Paesi. La tigre della Malesia, che era considerata indocinese, nel 2004 è stata classificata come una diversa sottospecie, la Panthera tigris jacksoni, o tigre malese, anch'essa oggi a rischio di estinzione. I numeri relativi agli esemplari rimasti di queste due specie sono oggetto di controversia, in quanto lungo la frontiera thai-malese sono presenti tigri la cui sottospecie di appartenenza non è stata definita. L'ultimo esemplare in Cina di tigre indocinese è stato avvistato nel 2007, e si crede che sia stato ucciso e mangiato da un uomo della Contea di Mengla (provincia dello Yunnan), condannato a 12 anni di prigione per il crimine.

Da Wikipedia

Panthera tigris jacksoni

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Malayan Tiger ... male

Panthera tigris jacksoni

  

The Malayan tiger wears the characteristic striping pattern of black stripes on orange and white that provides excellent camouflage in the forest. Using its quiet stalking ability, a tiger will ambush large prey, often pouncing on it from the rear. Other than females with their young, tigers are solitary and come together only to mate. Each tiger defends its own territory from others of the same gender. Territories must be large to provide enough prey for a tiger to eat. A tiger may travel up to 20 miles a night in search of prey. As more and more forests disappear, tigers struggle to maintain a territory with sufficient prey.

  

Fact File

  

Where to see them: Tiger Canyon

 

Length: 7.6 to 9.3 ft

 

Weight: 220 to 400 lbs

 

Lifespan: 15 yrs in wild

 

Habitat: Forest

 

Diet: Deer, wild pigs, and cattle

 

Risk Status: Species at Risk (IUCN—Endangered)

  

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This is a very old picture of one of the male cubs that was born at our zoo. Year is 2010.

 

We have been getting a fair amount of snow here even though it isn't officially winter so I decided to look to the past for some of my snowy day photos taken at my zoo. I haven't even tried to visit my zoo with the snowy weather because it is just too cold for me. I'm hoping that by next weekend it will warm up some so I can go for a little while before Christmas. In the meantime I hope you enjoy these snow pictures from the past.

 

Have a nice day everyone!

Malayan tigers at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park.

#201007-05 ~ B l a c k m a g i c ~

 

***How to say "My love, I will bite your ear" in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and German?

 

***mon amour, je te mordre l'oreille*** Merci Drecci!

***mon amour je te MORDS l'oreille***merci Francoise!

***Amore mio, ti mordo l'orecchio*** Grazie Roberto!

***Ich knabber Dir am Ohr, Kleines*** Danke Holger!

 

***Have a roaring day ahead!.. or find an ear to bite. =0)

Malayan Tiger, Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach, FL

 

I think the screaming kid next to me looked real yummy to this big cat. Unfortunately (for the tiger) there were two fences between him and the kid.

 

Shot at 280 mm with 1/30 sec. handheld, don't you love IS? The kitty was moving a bit, but not too much... luckily.

 

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I'm going to rip your face off!

There are 3,200 tigers left roaming the planet, a drastic decline from 100,000 tigers just a short century ago.

 

There used to be nine tiger sub-species worldwide, but in the last 70 years, three have gone extinct - the Balinese, Caspian and Javan. Globally, the tiger has lost 93% of its habitat in the last 100 years.

 

The Malayan tiger Panthera tigris jacksoni found only in the Malay Peninsula, was recognized in 2004 as the ninth sub-species. In the 1950s, there were an estimated 3,000 tigers in Peninsular Malaysia. Today, only about 500 Malayan tigers are believed to remain, but no one knows for certain.

 

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Malaysischer Tiger oder Jackson-Tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni)

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