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  1. 1. TigerAlyssa Oliver Period 2
  2. 2.  Scientific Name Range Diet Physical Description Breeding Special Behaviors Weird Info ConclusionLink
  3. 3.  Scientific Name: Panthera Tigris Different Breeds have an extra word at the end Ex. Bengal Tiger is Panthera Tigris Tigris Ex. Siberian Tiger is Panthera Tigris altaicaScientific Name
  4. 4.  Tigers can be found in a wide range of habitats in Asia and the Russian Far EastRange
  5. 5.  They eat large mammals, such as pigs, deer, antelope, and buffalo.Diet
  6. 6.  Adult Male tiger: can weigh up to 660lbs. And measure up to 10.9ft in length. Height:3.5 inches Many tigers have stripes on their face, sides legs, and stomach. Stripes can be multicolored and different sizes Can be yellow-orange, deep reddish-orange, white with stripes or albino Can live for 20 to 26 years in the wild and captivityPhysical Description
  7. 7.  The gestation period is 16 weeks  Litter Size: 3-4 cubs  How they are born: live birth  They live in dens such as thickets and rocky crevices  They leave there mother at 2-2 ½ years oldBreeding
  8. 8.  Tiger are territorial and solitary in nature Tigers are mainly active at night and sleep during the day They have rasping tongues Strong swimmers, able to carry prey through water Can reach speeds of 35 to 40 mph great leaping ability of up to 10 metersSpecial Behaviors
  9. 9.  You can hear a tiger roar over Ben the tiger was plain white. He saw a bee and was frightened . He wondered if he had black and orange stripes if all the other animals would be scared to. After he ate breakfast he saw a shed but he went inside and caught a mouse. He knocked over two paint cans. He was covered head to toe in paint. He finally had black and orange stripes.Weird Info
  10. 10.  Tigers are Amazing. I love them The EndConclusion
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