Where does the Malayan tiger live?
They mainly live in areas of low human and road density. Their low density (1.1-1.98 tigers per 100km2) is due to low prey numbers.
Their three main landscapes in Malaysia are Main Range (20,000km2), Greater Taman Negara (15,000km2), and the Southern Forest Complex (10,000km2). The majority (88%) of this subspecies' habitats are found in four Malaysian states: Pahang, Perak, Terengganu, and Kelantan.
Not much is known about the biology of Malayan tigers. They are known to prey on deer, wild boar, and sun bear.
Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests
Peninsular Malaysian Lowland and Montane Forests