Panthera tigris tigris

Native to the Malaysian Peninsula, the Malayan tiger is critically endangered. With an estimated population of 250-340 individuals ( 2013) and is in decline. Smaller than Bengal tigers, Malayan tigers on average are 7 feet 10 inches for females and 8 feet 6 inches when male. They primarily live in forests with access to water. The Malayan tiger is the national animal of Malaysia.