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  • MY TIGER WORK
    LEILAH JAMES
  • DIET
    Tigers are predators and they often eat four legged animals. Their favorite food is wild pigs and wild cows and all sorts of little creatures like birds and insects.
  • DIET
    Tigers have a very good since of smell. Sometimes tigers can take twenty tries and only catch one prey.
  • DIET
    Tigers are known to eat sixty pounds of meat in one night. It takes a tiger a lot of days to finish eating its prey that the tiger killed.
  • INTRESTING FACTS
    Tigers seem to enjoy swimming. Some tigers even swim in ponds and sometimes they swim to catch fish.
  • APPEARANCE
    Tigers have different ways of talking to each other. Tigers are powerful animals. Orange tigers have yellow eyes and white tigers have blue eyes.
  • APPERANCE
    Tigers weigh 150 and 650 pounds. A tiger weighs more than two baby elephants.
  • APPEARANCE
    All tigers have a very good eye sight. Each and every tiger has a different stripe pattern.
  • DIET
    A tiger drags its prey with its teeth sunk into its prey. A tiger will take its food and drag it to a sheltered spot so that another tiger could not eat it.
  • INTRESTING FACTS
    Tigers are the largest cats in the wild. Most male tigers weigh 500 pounds and some females are smaller and weigh 300 pounds.
  • CONSERVATION
    Tigers bones are used for medicine. Tigers bones are crushed to be used for anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • Conservation
    People use tigers’ bodies and bones for medicine.
    People kill tigers because they thought tigers would eat their cows or other animals.
    People kill tigers because they are afraid tigers will kill them.
    People use their skins for rugs.
  • Conservation
    There are maybe only 7,000 tigers left in the world.
    They are an endangered species.
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