Lions typically have a body 8.5 to 10.8 feet long, with a tail 2 to 3.3 feet in length, and can weigh 330 to 530 pounds. Tigers have a bigger range of sizes because their males and females have a significant size difference; they can measure from 7.8 to 10.2 feet from head to tail tip, with a weight that ranges from 287-573 pounds. To conclude, then, lions are bigger than tigers, but male tigers can be about the same size as some lions while female tigers are smaller.
Tigers are generally the larger of the two cats.
Lions generally measure in at around 8 to 9 feet and weigh anywhere from 330 to 440 pounds.
While your average tiger measures around 9 to 10 feet and weigh around 400-480 pounds.
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