Tundra Tiger is under construction.
Tundra Tigers are a species native to the polar caps of Quatros. They are normally docile and friendly despite their frightening appearance. They are very loyal to their pack and will defend members of their tribe if they think they are being theatened. When corrupted by Quaza, Tundra Tigers become very aggressive, but still have some loyalty to their pack.
Being a bio mechanical species like other mammalian like creatures on Quatros, Tundra Tigers reproduce by giving birth to a cub.
Tundra Tigers reproduce once every 7 years. During the final two months of pregnancy, the females let the males know by starting to head to the jungle areas. The males accompany the females to a area they think is good. Once the cub is born, they are raised in the jungle but in the colder parts to get accustomed to cold temperatures. Litter sizes usually have 4-7 cubs, a litter size lower than this can indicate the Female is unwell or has a bug in her Core Data Stream.
|1 second:||Female Reproduction Design System or F.R.D.S. Engages and makes a design from Male and Female design blueprints, baby Tundra Tiger starts to be assembled|
|1 second to 10 months||Baby Tundra Tiger is being developed|
|10 months||Baby Tundra Tiger has finished being developed and the Female detects the cub is ready to be born, Females start to head towards the jungle areas of the planet to give birth|
|1 year||around this time, Females arrive at a suitable location and become familiar with the surroundings they then begin giving birth to cubs|
These help the Tundra Tigers to climb mountains, grip the snow and are useful during hunting.
Not many have seen a Tundra Tiger's face because of their hood, this hood exists so the head is protected and to insulate the head. The head is a white colour and usually they have blue eyes. Some explorers have claimed that the Tunda Tiger's head looks like that of a frost beast but there has not been photographic proof.
The hood, as stated above, protects and heats the head. It is also retractable and can fold back when needed. For example, when they travel into the warmer part of the planet. Tundra Tigers have been known to use their hood to intimidate potential threats and prey.
The upper arms are protected by a large armour piece that stretches from the elbow to slightly past the shoulder. The fore arm is thin but strong allowing for faster movement, there is a piece of armour to the side of the arm to protect the arm and it gives the arm a bigger surface area when swatting away an annoyance.
The body appears bulky with the hood folded back, but it is in truth slim and sturdy. On the spine a plate rises up to connect to another raised plate that covers the top of the head.
Tunda Tigers have a tail that has four parts. The first part is the base of the hip, where the tail conects to the body. The next two parts make the main body of the tail and the last part is the tip. The tip looks like that of a shark's tail with a split end, the end is sharpend as a means of both offence and defence.