Panthera tigris altaica
The largest living felines, Amur tigers can reach up to 10 feet in length and weigh up to 900 pounds. The species is known for its striped coat, with black markings appearing on a tan-yellow background. The striped pattern is believed to help the predator hide in vegetation by breaking up the outline of its body. The belly is white, and there are also white markings around the eyes and mouth.