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    A/The tiger is a wild animal

    When I mean "tiger" in general, do both these sentences mean the same? Are they both correct?
    A tiger is a wild animal.
    The tiger is a wild animal.

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    Re: A/The tiger is a wild animal

    Yes and yes.

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