Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), the smallest of all tigers, enters a river. They have webbing between their feet.
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Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), the smallest of all tigers, enters a river. Males average 2.4 meters from head to tail and weigh about 120 kg. Females average 2.2 meters and weigh about 90 kg. Their natural habitat is tall grass where their narrow stripes and colouring provide excellent camouflage. At home in the water, they are very fast swimmers, with webbing between their feet. They have sharp, curved claws for grabbing and holding prey and large canine teeth for killing. Endangered.