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  • It inhabited in the temperate regions of North America. Such regions were rich in vegetation such as woods, shrubs and grasses. These vegetation rich areas were home to large herbivores like bison, antelope, horses, camels, deer, mastodons, mammoths and ground sloths, most of which were their main source of food.

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  • Saber tooth tiger habitat mainly consists of grasslands, shrubby areas, and pine forests that have permanent water sources such as floodplains, marshes, swamps,  bogs, rivers, lakes and wetlands.
  • It inhabited in the temperate regions of North America. Such regions were rich in vegetation such as woods, shrubs and grasses. These vegetation rich areas were home to … Read more
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Thy lived in North America and Europe during the Miocene and Pliocene Epoch (23 million to 2.6 million years ago). They spread to Asia and Africa after Pliocene Epoch. Some Saber Tooth Tigers moved to South America during the Pleistocene Epoch. They lived in areas where plant-eating animals lived. These areas include pine forests, shrubby … Read more

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As compared to modern day predators, the size of Saber Tooth Tiger was similar to the modern African Lions. However, it was much stronger and had limbs that were shorter. Their weight was from 55 kg to 400 kg. They around 5.7 feet long and had 100 cm shoulder height. It had Elongated Canines, Wide … Read more