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Kamal Animal Reaserch Tiger

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  • 1. By KAMAL GRAY Terrific Tigers
  • 2. Physical Features
    • A tiger’s stripes helps it camouflage in tall grass. A tiger can also camouflage in the jungle so when an animal comes it can kill it. It can even kill a strong animal.
    • The sun on the grass makes the grass look orange but some parts of the grass makes it looks like a tiger’s stripes.
  • 3. Physical features
    • A tiger is the biggest cat. The tiger’s big claws can take down a bigger animal.
    • A tiger weighs 440 pounds.
  • 4. Habitat
    • All tigers have their own private territory.
    • To show the other tigers their territory, they scent mark their territory. They also scratch. Once another tiger smells the scent, it makes a weird face
  • 5. Diet – How the Tiger Gets Its Food
    • A tiger gets its food by
    • chasing their prey into
    • the water. A tiger hides
    • behind tall grass and
    • behind rocks. A tiger
    • doesn’t attack it’s prey
    • until it is 30 feet away.
    • Then it attacks.
  • 6. Malayan Tiger
    • The Malayan tiger was discovered in 2004. It was once a part of the Indochinese tiger . But scientist found small differences. They decided the Malayan tiger was a separate subspecies.
  • 7. Life Cycle
    • When a female tiger
    • roars, it is trying to attract a male. A tiger is not always rough.
    • Sometimes it is calm
    • and gentle.
  • 8. subspecis
    • The bengal is the most common tiger. It is sometimes called the Indian or the royal tiger. Most bengals live in India ,Nepal and china.

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