The Trinil Tiger (Panthera tigris trinilensis) is an extinct species of the Panthera genus from southern Asia.


The trinil tiger could reach up to 6.2 feet in length, 3 feet tall, and weigh up to 330 lbs. Aside from its great size, it is believed to have few stripes on the head and front of the body, with stripes noticeably thinner than the modern tiger's, and fur more golden than orange.


Their habitat appeared to be partially dry forest-grasslands with mangrove forests and shallow rivers. They appeared to have lived about 1.2 million years ago, and went extinct 50,000 years ago.

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