Of the remaining subspecies, the Sumatran Tiger is the smallest. Well, smallest at 200 pounds for females (300 for males) and only found on the island of Sumatra and in zoos. Check out more pics of San Francisco's crafty creation and her exploration below!
The Year of the Tiger begins soon, so what better time than now to brush up on the existing subspecies still around today? If your eye can't spot the stripes, I've included a fact with each question to help you along!
According to the 12-year cycle of animals in the Chinese zodiac, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger. For those of you who are diehard followers of the Chinese calendar, and those who just like tiger motifs (hello LSU fans!), I thought I'd round up some tiger-related décor. From papercuts of festive Chinese parade characters celebrating the Year of the Tiger to a sophisticated tiger stripe bench to a contemporary pillow bearing jumping tigers, there's plenty to go around. Animal motifs can be tricky (i.e. tacky), but I managed to find plenty of stylish wares to outfit your house this year.