Tentacular Tigers are carnivores and feed by holding their prey tightly with suction-cupped tentacles while tearing it slowly to pieces with a razor-sharp recessed beak. Additionally, their long tubular tongues can drain the body fluids of their victims.
Little, if anything, is known about the reproductive cycle of the tentacular tiger. All attempts to sex these creatures have been disastrous. Some xenobiologists suggest that tentacular tigers are asexual and reproduce in some mysterious and probably very nasty way. They live solitarily and their life span is unknown.