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    • TIGERHaga clic para modificar el estilo de subtítulo del patrón
    • INDEX1 - Description2 – Size3 – Life Span4 – Range5 – Habitat6 – Behavior7 – Threats
    • 1 - DescriptionThe tiger has a long body, a short neck, and a firm head witha short muzzle that contains a set of sharp teeth. Tiger havestout egs that end in broad paws .A tiger’s fur color varies from orange-red to tawny yellow,with a lot of black stripes.
    • 2 - SizeSize: Tigers range in length from 3 to3,30 meters.Weight: The tigers range in weight from300kg to three tons!
    • 3 – Life SpanTigers live from 10 to 15 years in averageout in the wild and 16-20 years in captivity
    • 4 - RangeTigers range from the Siberian taiga toopen grasslands and tropical mangroveswamps
    • 5 - HabitatTigers live in different types of forests including wet evergreen,semi-evergreen of Assam and East Bengal, the mangroveforest of Ganges Delta, the deciduous forests of Nepaland thorn forests of the Western Ghats.
    • 6 - BehaviorAdult Tigers lead solitary lives and come together only in a ad-hocand temporary nature when the conditions of special permits, suchas abundant food supply. Be established and maintained homeranges. Adult residents of both sexes tend to limit theirmovements to a defined area of habitat within which meet theirneeds, and in the case of tigers, those of its growing puppies. Thosewho share the same field who know each others movements andactivities.
    • One of 7 - Threats the biggest problems for these animals, arethe stealth fighters. Their skins are valuable to the hunters,who get to sell large amounts of money.Another problem is the constant encounters with other animals,which often leads to fights and even death of the tigers.Tigers often struggle with crocodiles, pythons and even lions.Even if the Tigers are victorious for his great ability to hideand fight.
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