Fox News — The name TanX doesn’t accurately convey the tiger-like characteristics of a tiger.
It may have a tiger’s name, but it doesn’t have a true tiger’s features.
The correct term for the tiger in the dictionary, which is called the T. rex, is tigris.
TanX was first used in the United Kingdom in the 1980s as a shorthand term for “tiger,” and it has since been used in several other countries.
In the U.K., TanX is a shortened version of the more common term tigress, and its use is also seen in other languages such as French, Spanish and Italian.
The dictionary of slang terms also lists the word tiger as a derogatory term, though the correct word is not known.
Tigers are the largest land animals and are one of the largest carnivores.
They are a subspecies of the lion, and they can grow up to six feet long and weigh more than 4,000 pounds.
They live in tropical regions, including Southeast Asia, Africa, and Asia, and the most common tiger species is the black-and-white cat.
An image of a lion and tiger at a zoo.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the name tiger came from a Greek word meaning “great” or “beautiful.”
It was first recorded in the 14th century and is a colloquial term for a great white tiger, a species of large carnivore.
The word is now in common use in many languages, including English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
While the Oxford Dictionary says the word “tigress” is a derogatory reference to a specific species of cat, it says the term was coined in the 16th century by Charles Dickens, who wrote The Tale of the Two Sisters, a popular novel about the lives of two brothers.
Dictionary definitions for the term tige also say it means “biting” or something similar, but there is no evidence the term had ever been used as a colloqn term for cat before.
Despite the confusion over what the word means, TanX has been used since the 1980’s as a name for any large, aggressive, and aggressive-looking cat.
It has also been used to describe cats of various breeds, including the large-breed T. thompsoni, the large cat from India.
A black-eyed pea cat at a Chinese zoo.
TanX was originally derived from the Latin word for tiger, and is the only species of tiger that is actually a sub-species of tiger.
The Oxford Dictionary defines tiger as “the largest land animal that lives in Asia and Africa.”
A wild black-eye pea (Aster) cat at the Taipei Zoo.
The black-footed boa cat from Mongolia, T. fasciatus, is also a subtype of the tigrist, the largest and most powerful cat.
Tanx is also sometimes used as an acronym for “Tanx, tiger.”