Tigers are typical mountain forest animals, from the tropical rainforests in the south, the evergreen broad-leaved forests, and even the deciduous broad-leaved forests and coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests in the north. In the northeastern part of China, mountain ridges, dwarf forest shrubs, and mountains with more rocks or gravel ponds are often found to facilitate predation.
Tigers often live alone, and only during the breeding season are males and females living together. There are no fixed nests and more wandering in the mountains. Can swim, not climb trees. Due to the development of the forest area and the rapid increase of population, the remote areas have developed into villages and towns in the past, and the tigers often go to the neighborhoods of the forest to forage. The Tigers have many dusk activities, and they have more lurking rest during the day, and rarely come out without any alarm. The tiger has a wide range of activities, and the range of food hunting activities in the northern days can reach tens of kilometers. In the south, Xishuangbanna has a shorter activity distance due to more food.