The largest species on Earth is the Siberian tiger. We have a Siberian tiger named Jaipur that holds the Guinness World Record for being the world’s most enormous at nine when it weighed 423 kg and was about 10 ft 11 inches long. Isn’t he imposing? You don’t want to encounter it while it’s in a bad mood.
The record has been in place since 1986, and it has yet to be broken. The average length of a Siberian tiger is around 6 ft 5 inches. They are the world’s most visible species of tigers. They do not target little animals; instead, they pursue wild boars, red deer, and axis deer. They’re quite skilled at fishing for food in watery environments.