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Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
Siberian tiger
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Siberian tiger

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  • 1. Siberian Tiger Created by Adrian
  • 2. Distribution Map
  • 3. Habitat
    • The Siberian Tiger lives in south Korea and south China. The Siberian Tiger lives on these biomes mountains, grasslands, wetlands, savannah, forest, taiga, shrub forest and tundra. The animals that live there are wapiti, wild boar, shrub etc.
  • 4. Food
    • The Siberian Tiger eats deer, pigs, etc
  • 5. Food Habits
    • The Siberian Tiger is nocturnal. It does not share his food with other animals. It kills its prey by a bite on the neck. If the prey is big it bites him on the trachea and if the prey is small it bites him on the neck.
  • 6. Interesting Facts
    • One interesting fact about the Siberian tiger is that there claws are retractable. When he feels threatened by an animal he takes his claws outside so the animal does not get close to it.
  • 7. Why Endangered
    • The Siberian tiger is endangered for many reasons. One reason people hunt it is for there bones, for there fur, and for there meat. Another reason Siberian tigers are endangered is because loss of habitat. They lose there habitat because of the fires etc.
  • 8. What Has Been Done To Help
    • C.I.T.E.S has helped endangered animals. People can also help by educating people that don’t obey they laws.
  • 9. Conclusion
    • I think the future of the Siberian tiger is that they are going to be extinct in 2 or 3 years.
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