The largest cat species is the tiger (Panthera tigris). Tigers are known for their impressive size and strength. Adult tigers can reach lengths of up to 11 feet (3.3 meters) and can weigh between 220 to 660 pounds (100 to 300 kilograms) or more, depending on the subspecies. Tigers have muscular bodies, powerful jaws, and sharp claws, enabling them to be formidable predators. They are found in various habitats across Asia, including forests, grasslands, and mangrove swamps. Tigers are listed as endangered, with several subspecies facing significant threats to their survival due to habitat loss, poaching, and human-wildlife conflicts. Efforts are being made to conserve and protect these magnificent creatures.