Tiger tail (disambiguation)

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A tiger tail is part of the morphology of a tiger.

Tiger tail may also refer to:

Tiger tail donut

A tiger tail donut is a donut that is twisted with another ingredient so that it looks like the tail of a tiger. This other ingredient may vary; examples include chocolate; chocolate-flavoured dough; a combination of chocolate and cinnamon; and a combination of cinnamon, apples, and coconut. The tiger tail is the second most popular donut at The Donut Man in Glendora, California, United States, surpassed only by the shop's signature donut: the strawberry donut. In 2010, Dunkin' Donuts locations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia sold tiger tails to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. Erin Allday of The Press Democrat called the tiger tail the "most unusual donut" at the Donut Hut in Santa Rosa, California.

Tiger tail ice cream is an orange-flavoured ice cream with black licorice swirl. It is named for its resemblance to orange and black tiger stripes. Tiger tail is most popular in parts of Canada and, not often found elsewhere. Created by Morgan Carr, it is a distinctly flavoured ice cream. Tiger tail is popular with children. This flavour of ice cream is offered by such companies as Kawartha Dairy Company and Baskin-Robbins. Tiger tail is considered a retro ice cream flavour and it has seen a nostalgia-related resurgence in recent years.

Tiger tail seahorse species of fish

The tiger tail seahorse is a species of fish in the family Syngnathidae. It is found in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Its natural habitats are subtidal aquatic beds and coral reefs. It is threatened by habitat loss.

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