Tiger Learning Zone
Tiger information including facts, pictures and an online interactive tiger puzzle.
Born Free Foundation- Big Cat Project (New Window)
The Big Cat Project wants to stamp out the slaughter of big cats in the wild, but we also care about the lives of the individual suffering in captivity all over the world.
Eyes on the Tiger-National Geographic (New Window)
Allows you to view the tiger from different perspectives: the poacher, the tourist, the cub and the prey. Also classroom ideas and family activities, and a forum.
BigCats.com (New Window)
Articles, books, photos, and other resources for big cats and other wild cats. Includes a slide show on the Sumatran tiger as well as a list of journal articles related to the tiger.
5 Tigers: The Tiger Information Center (New Window)
Dedicated to providing information to help preserve the remaining five subspecies of tigers. Extensive information about tigers including tiger news, newsletters, a listing of organizations and events, teacher resources by grade level, legislation and policies, fun and games for kids...and much more!
The Tiger Foundation (New Window)
Working to save tigers from extinction through practical programs. This site contains extensive information about tigers and includes such sections as a teacher resource center, monthly tiger news, and information on saving the tiger.
Cat Specialist Group: Tiger (New Window)
Gives names for "tiger" in other languages. This site gives a wealth of information about tigers, mostly in very specific, largely scientific terms. The Cat Specialist Group is an international panel of over 170 scientists, wildlife managers and other specialists from 40 countries, who have volunteered their expertise to the Species Survival Commission of IUCN.
Animal Diversity Web: Tiger (New Window)
Information about the tiger from the University of Michigan's animal diversity web. Includes scientific classification and assorted facts about the tiger.
Great Cats of the World: Bengal Tiger (New Window)
Facts and information, including range information, about the Bengal Tiger from this web site sponsored by the Bridgeport Nature Center.
Sounds of the World's Animals: Tiger (New Window)
Tigers make much the same sounds around the world, but each language expresses them differently. This site lists the way that tiger sounds are pronounced in several different languages. Includes an audio clip of what a tiger really sounds like!