No, lions and tigers do not live together. But they used to be! As far back as late 1800s lions and tigers had lived across many parts of Central and western Asia including India. They had coexisted in several different habitats. However, decades later hunting and poaching had driven much of the Siberian tiger’s population to extinction.
Currently, lions are found in Africa while tigers live in Asia. There is no chance that either of these potential predators would come across each other. One of the most suitable habitats for tigers is Gir Forest National Park that covers as much as 550 square miles of deciduous forests including banyan trees and grassland.