Siberian tigers are the largest cats of all felids so they can afford to prey on larger animals. They are also called amur tigers. Siberian tigers or amur tigers are thought to prey on Manchurian sika deer, Siberian musk deer, moose, long-tailed goral, Manchurian wapiti, wild boar, antelopes, buffaloes, elks, and Siberian roe deer.
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Although less so often amur tigers also hunt small mammals such as pikas, rabbits, and hares. They will also consume salmon and rarely Ussuri brown bear or Asian black bear. If the prey animals are abundant the Siberian tiger prefers to feed on small mammals.