The Siberian tiger is able to kill the huge males of the Russian and Manchurian Brown bears: Scientific studies and data have CONFIRMED that tigers regularly hunt and kill both Brown bears and Black bears - including full-grown adult bears.
Similarly, it is asked, can a Tiger take down a bear?
Tigers frequently kill larger bears and other animals with ambush tactics - but even then, they do lose sometimes against bears.
Likewise, do Siberian tigers eat brown bears?
Yes—Bengal tigers occasionally prey on sloth bears, and Amur ('Siberian') tigers regularly prey on Asiatic black bears, and rarely on brown bears (Ursus arctos, the same species as the European brown bear and the North American grizzly).
Can a Siberian tiger beat a polar bear?
Tigers have much longer and much sharper canines and more powerful jaws than any bear, so once the Siberian tiger gets that important bite on the skull, spine, neck, or throat, the polar bear is doomed. In a scenario like this, the Siberian tiger would kill the polar bear and win.
Can a tiger kill a gorilla?
Tigers are natural born killing machines. When it comes to a tiger and a gorilla in a fight it would be a short fight. Tigers are bigger, stronger, and faster than a gorilla. The gorilla would be able to put up a fight and could injure the tiger if he was able to get a bite in, but that would be his only offense.