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Siberian tiger report
Tigers are actually really quite harmless just because they look scary does not mean you need to kill them.
Siberian tigers have light brown and black stripes on their body and underneath they have white along with black pads. Siberian tigers have at least 50 whiskers or less.
The tigers habitat is Siberia, South Asia, Eastern Russia, China, dens, swamps, snow fields, lowlands, snow mountains and forests.
Tigers eat boar, deer, fish, peacock, buffalo, pigs, monkeys, goats and also tigers eat 35kg per hunt!
Tigers are excellent swimmers so that is why tigers like to be near water. Whenever they hunt it will most likely be successful because they have an advantage from size and they eat up to 9kg everyday. Tigers like to nap in the day and hunt at night. Also tigers attack from behind to give their prey a surprising attack. They do it so they can more time to attack and bite the neck. Tigers catch their prey from speed (50mph) sense and smell. Tigers tiptoe through the forest without making a sound. Also tigers main prey is wild boar.
Tigers are solitary hunters. Tigers like to drag prey to a quiet place to feast on. Usually tigers jump from behind to give a surprising attack.
Humans are threatening tigers because they are poaching for fur. Also the are a group of men called rangers and if they see poachers they will shoot them.
Tigers like to live in moist damp areas where there is a cold harsh environment. Also tigers live in cold land like snowfields and snow mountains.
Dangers when bred in captivity.
The dangers in captivity are probably human diseases and injuries from other tigers in the same enclosures.
Classification and Species
The tigers classification is carnivore and mammal. Also tigers scientific name is pathera tigris and whatever tiger it is it would have something on the end of it.
So just remember tigers are not bad so don’t just go shooting one. Take care of one.
Carnivore: a meat eater
Solitary: they hunt are alone
Poachers: men who kill for fun or other things
Enclosure: where they are kept in a zoo
Article posted October 12, 2010 at 04:58 PM •
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