The Tiger is the largest cat in the world. There are 9 subspecies known but 3 of them are extinct. The 9 subspecies are the Bengal Tiger, the Indochinese Tiger, the Malayan Tiger, the Sumatran Tiger, the Siberian Tiger, the South China Tiger, the Bali Tiger, which is now extinct, the Javan Tiger, which is also extinct, and the Caspian Tiger, which, like the Bali Tiger and the Javan Tiger, is extinct. This page is about the Bengal Tiger. The Bengal Tiger is the 2nd largest subspecies of Tiger, after the Siberian Tiger. It is also the most common subspecies of Tiger as well. The Bengal Tiger is so adaptable, it can live in habitats from grasslands to swamps. It eats deer, pigs, buffalo, and antelope.