Tiger Tail, Tennessee

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Tiger Tail, Tennessee
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Coordinates: 35°56′10″N89°34′47″W / 35.93611°N 89.57972°W / 35.93611; -89.57972 Coordinates: 35°56′10″N89°34′47″W / 35.93611°N 89.57972°W / 35.93611; -89.57972
Country United States
State Tennessee
County Dyer
259 ft (79 m)
Time zone UTC-6 (Central (CST))
  Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT)
Area code(s) 731
GNIS feature ID1314405 [1]

Tiger Tail is an unincorporated community in Dyer County, Tennessee, United States.


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