|A Malayan tiger at the Cincinnati Zoo, the United States of America|
|Subspecies:||P. t. tigris|
|Panthera tigris tigris|
|Range of the Malayan tiger|
formerly P. t. jacksoni Luo et al., 2004
The Malayan tiger (Panthera tigris jacksoni) is a new subspecies of the tiger that was discovered in 2004. People used to think they were Indo-Chinese tigers, But now they have their own subspecies. They have the same length and weight as the Indo-Chinese tiger. They live in southern Malaysia and they are an endangered species.