The Saber-Toothed Tiger (Pesdopatnthera tigris fatalis) is a species of false tiger or tiger-like cat (Pesdopanthera tigris) that lives in India 10 million years in the future (after Earth recovered from the 6th mass extinction which wiped out many species of plants and animals (mostly those that weigh more than 10 kilograms (22 pounds) and the most specialized ones), including humans). As the name suggests, this predator has large canines, which are use for bringing down large herbivores. But it may occasionally hunt small and mid-sized prey. Believe it or not, it's also a descendent of the domestic cat, which began to fill in the nince left behind by their larger, wild cousins, the true big cats. Adult males are longer than 10 feet (3 m), taller than 1 m (3.3 m) and weigh as much as 470 kilograms (1,040 pounds, as much as the largest Smilodon). Females, however, are 3/4 the male's size and weigh up to 400 kilograms (880 pounds). They not only have large fangs, they also large, powerful claws (5 on each fore paw and 4 on each hind paw). They also have stripes used for camouflage when hunting, has keen senses which allows it to track down prey. Even though it's mostly a hunter, it will occasionally scavenge meals and scare off smaller predators away from their kills. As a solitary predator, it's very territorial. It'll warn rivals to stay away from the area it lives in. It's mostly lives alone, except during mating season, and when females have cubs. This creature is inspired by the Bengal Tiger and Smilodon fatalis.
NOTE* Cats have hairs similar to that of whiskers on spots close to the eyes and eyelids.