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    • WHITE TIGER
    • MEMBERS
    • LEARNING OUTCOMES Physics of a White Tiger Biology of a White Tiger Chemistry of a White Tiger Interesting facts of a White Tiger Quiz
    • PHYSICS  has black or dark brown stripes that run vertically along its body,  the pattern of which is unique to both the Tiger species and the individual. • White fur with bright, blue eye • incredibly and agile at running • run at the speed of 35 miles per hour. • large and powerful and very capable swimmer • allows them to breech natural boundaries such rivers and wetland. • has the size of 2.9 meter • weight of 220 kg • height of 90cm for males.
    • BIOLOGY - HOW IS WHITE TIGER BORN?  The gestation period of a white tiger is around 103 days (14 to 15 weeks).  Average litter size: 3  The male tiger does not stay with the female after mating, and does not participate in raising the cubs.
    • HOW THE WHITE TIGERS BODY FUNCTION ENABLE IT TO SURVIVE HOT AND COLD?  White tigers have enzymes in their fur which react to temperature, causing them to grow darker in the cold.  If a white tiger is whiter than his relatives, this might mean that he spent less time outdoor during winter.  White tigers produce a mutated form of tyrosinase, an enzyme used in the production of melanin.  Only functions at certain temperatures, below 37 C.
    • HABITAT OF WHITE TIGER  Needs about 20 square miles (or 32 square km) of space in which to roam, live and hunt.  In the wild, it lives in South-east Asia and in various parts of India, inhabiting the grasslands and forests in which they can hide themselves effectively.  Supply of prey is of utmost importance to its survival.  Due to their lighter colouring , they are not as well camouflaged in the dark vegetation as their more common Bengal peers, but the stripes do help to break their profile up, visually speaking.
    • DIGESTIVE SYSTEM  Consist of the stomach, liver, pancreas, small intestine, and large intestine.  Works the same as that in humans.  Excrete urea as their nitrogen waste, and their excretory system consists of two kidneys.
    • CHEMISTRY  White Tiger are not snakes, they don’t use chemical to attack their prey.
    • HOW DO TIGERS KILL WITH ONE BITE?  Tigers go straight go the neck of their prey.  The huge bite can snap the victim’s neck , or suffocate it.  They need to feed On 29 kilogram of meat per day which is equal to 15 chickens per day.
    • THE ANCESTOR OF WHITE TIGER Mohan was the father of many cubs. He died when he was about 20 years old. He was caught in 1951 by a Maharajah in India after a fierce hunt. He lived in the Maharajah’s palace, all his life.
    • INTERESTING FACTS  Have incredible hearing and sight which, along with their stealth, helps them when hunting in the jungle in the dark.  Sees 6 times better than you do in the dark.  Have white spots on the backs of their ears.  Lick meat off a bone like you lick up ice cream.  King of the animals, carrying the Chinese symbol “king” on his forehead.  First white tiger is found in Assam, Bengal, Bihar and especially from the former State of Rewad.  Use the spots to see where their mothers are when they’re learning to hunt.  Spirits of Asia’s forests.
    • NUMBER OF WHITE TIGERS ARE DECREASING. Only 7,000 wild tigers are alive today. 100 years ago, Our world had more than 100,000 tigers.
    • POSITIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF A WHITE TIGER Independent for its own food. Has leadership that one group of them only need on to rule the rest. Focus in attacking its prey.
    • WHAT ARE THE THINGS OF THE WHITE TIGER THAT CAN BE RECYCLED?  The bones of the tiger can be used to show to student to study  The other one is the evolved itself to survive.
    • 1) HOW LONG IS THE GESTATION PERIOD OF A WHITE TIGER?
    • 2) AT WHAT AGE DID “MOHAN” DIED?
    • 3) HOW FAST DO THE WHITE TIGER RUN?
    • 4) WHAT IS THE AVERAGE LITTER SIZE OF A WHITE TIGER?
    • 5) WHAT ENZYMES DOES THE WHITE TIGER PRODUCE?
    • REFERENCES  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_tiger  http://www.ask.com/question/how-fast-can-a-white- tiger-run  http://answers.ask.com/Science/Other/how_fast_can_ a_white_tiger_run  http://a-z-animals.com/animals/whtiger/
    • REFERENCES  http://a-z-animals.co  m/animals/white-tiger/  http://baike.baidu.com/view/23620.htm  http://www.ask.com/question/white-tigers- digestive-system  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_tiger  http://www.tigers.org.za/white- tigers.html#.Ua6NdBc9G8B  http://www.tigerhomes.org/cam/white_tiger.cfm