Panthera tigris altaica
The Amur Tiger, also called the Siberian Tiger has a "Head and body length of 9 to 12 feet; a tail length of 3 to 4 feet; and a weight of which males are 400 to 675 pounds and females are 220 to 370 pounds. Tigers are the only striped cat. The coat varies from dark orange to reddish ochre with the belly, neck, throat, and insides of the limbs being a creamy white. The vertical stripes may be black or dark brown. Amur (Siberian) tigers are the lightest -- as well as being the largest -- of the tigers, and have longer coats than do their southern-ranging relatives.