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  • Tigers And The Siberian Tiger

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    SIBERIAN TIGERS BY: Binish 9A Introduction Tigers are the biggest cats in the world. There are five different subspecies of tiger alive in the world today. They include the Siberian, South China, Indochinese, Bengal, and Sumatran tigers. Today I’m going to be talking about Siberian Tigers, the largest felines in the world, also known as Amur tigers. Scientific name: Panthera Tigris Altaica Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata (Vertebrata)

  • Tiger Vs Tiger Essay

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    Did you know that comparing the merit of lions and tigers has been a popular discussion amongst hunters? While lions and tigers are both ferocious animals, people have often wondered if the two animals were to fight, who would win, the lion, or the tiger. In ancient Rome, the tiger versus lion face off wasn’t uncommon. Tigers are considered the largest wild cats in the world, whereas lions are the second largest big cat. Tigers are heavier than lions and can weigh up to 800 pounds. Meanwhile

  • Report on Tigers

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    Research report Tigers Tigers are powerful and adaptable animals. To some they are regarded as a deity. Cubs learn quickly to become skilled hunters in order to survive. Despite their best efforts they are in danger of extinction. Since ancient times the tiger has been revered as a deity in legends and myths of Asia. Its name is synonymous with valour and power. Myths of tigers grew in art and folklore. As a result the tiger’s body parts came to be perceived as cure-all remedies among medicine

  • Characteristics Of The Tiger

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    In The Jungle Book, the tiger named Shere Khan plays the villain. Although the movie makes the tiger look evil, it’s actually just a normal animal trying to survive in the wild like any other. Tigers are one of the biggest cats and they are carnivores. They have a territorial behavior and they are sadly endangered. Adult tigers are huge. They are 2.3 to 4 feet tall. Tigers also weigh a lot. A male tiger weighs 200 to 670 pounds. Female tigers weigh from 140 to 370 pounds. Cubs can weigh 2.2 pounds

  • Tigers Essay

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    Tigers are a fascinating, and endangered, animal. They develop fast, and go off on their own when they’re mature. Tigers live in various climates, and eat various things as well. They are very strong, and have amazing energy. Not only are they magnificent to watch, but there are many interesting, and not well known, facts about them.      Tiger cubs, at birth, are blind and cannot do anything for themselves. They only weigh about three or four pounds, and are cared after

  • South Chinese Tiger : The South China Tiger

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    The South China Tiger, or other wise known as the Chinese, The Amoy or Xiamen Tiger, was known to roam the temperate forests of southeast China. It is thought that the South China Tiger is the original tiger that all other tiger subspecies are evolved from. Pygmy slow lorises are nocturnal and arboreal animals,which means that they are mainly only active during the nighttime and sleep at night. They do most of their foraging and hunting in the trees at night. François' monkeys are Old World monkeys

  • Evolutionary History of a Tiger

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    influence evolution and speciation. The tiger is an evolutionary wonder; it is a prime example of the responsiveness that some species have to changing climatic conditions. The tiger once had the largest geographic distribution of all cat species; subspecies adaptations allowed them to live in a large range of habitats throughout the Asian continent making it a perfect candidate for the study of phylogeography. This review will examine the evolutionary history of the tiger and will explain how the species

  • African Tigers : Factors, Causes And Dangers Of Tiger Threats

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    Tigers Tigers have lost 93% of their historical range. The clearing of forests for agriculture and timber as well as the building of road networks and other development activities pose serious threats to tiger habitats. Fewer tigers can survive in small, scattered islands of habitat, which leads to a higher risk of inbreeding and makes tigers more vulnerable to poaching. As forests shrink and prey gets scarce, tigers are forced to hunt domestic livestock, which many local communities depend on.

  • The Serial Tiger : Characteristics Of The Aberian Tiger

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    Siberian Tiger Can you think of any animal that has no known predator? Is that even possible? The Siberian tiger has no known predator in its region! Siberian tigers, also known as Amur tigers, are amazing animals. Siberian tigers are unique and fascinating animals. It is so interesting to learn about their techniques of doing things, their characteristics and much more. Tigers are astonishing creatures. Male Siberian tigers can weigh up to 700 pounds! How can they catch their prey? Tigers may be

  • A Report On Tigers Delight

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    February 2016 Tigers Delight The largest tiger in the world has been measured at over ten feet long and over six hundred and sixty pounds! Tigers are apart of the cat family and are known to be the largest feline in the bunch. Within just the tiger species there are nine different subspecies and three of which are already extinct. Their differences are not as drastic in appearance like other animals, such as dogs for example, but they still noticeable to the trained eye. All tiger subspecies are

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