SAVE THE TIGERS
What are Tigers?
 Tigers are the biggest of all cats.
 There are 6 different kinds of tigers.
 Most tigers live and hun...
Types of Tigers

Indochinese Tiger

South Chinese Tiger
Sumatran Tiger

Siberian Tiger

Bengal Tiger
Diet:
The tiger’s diet consists of cattle, deer, pigs, antelope, buffalo,
wild boar, goats, bears, porcupine, mammals, bir...
Range of Tigers
Why ???
Prevent Climate
Change

Brings Rain

TIGERS

Supports
livelihood

Symbol of
national Pride

Protects genetic
diver...
How ???
 Plant more trees and increase water resources.
 Avoid deforestation.
 Avoid industrialisation.

 Stop polluti...
SAVE THE TIGERS
SAVE THE NATION
Presented By
Rahul Bhagwat Ghalme
S.E. Chem
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The tigers

  1. 1. SAVE THE TIGERS
  2. 2. What are Tigers?  Tigers are the biggest of all cats.  There are 6 different kinds of tigers.  Most tigers live and hunt alone.  Tigers catch and eat meat.  Baby tigers are called cubs.  They are one of the most threatened species of animal on earth.  There used to be nine subspecies, or breeds, of tiger, but three have become extinct in the last century: the Bali, Caspian and Javan tigers are extinct.  The South Chinese tiger is almost extinct, perhaps already is.  Today there are six different subspecies of tiger:
  3. 3. Types of Tigers Indochinese Tiger South Chinese Tiger
  4. 4. Sumatran Tiger Siberian Tiger Bengal Tiger
  5. 5. Diet: The tiger’s diet consists of cattle, deer, pigs, antelope, buffalo, wild boar, goats, bears, porcupine, mammals, birds, reptiles, and occasionally people. Weight A male tiger usually weighs 221-675 pounds. A female tiger usually weighs 165-400 pounds. Length A male tiger is usually 8-10 feet long. A female tiger is usually 7-9 feet long. Population Siberian Tiger: about 200 left Sumatra Tiger: about 300 left Indochinese Tiger: about 1750 left Bengal Tiger: about 4700 left
  6. 6. Range of Tigers
  7. 7. Why ??? Prevent Climate Change Brings Rain TIGERS Supports livelihood Symbol of national Pride Protects genetic diversity
  8. 8. How ???  Plant more trees and increase water resources.  Avoid deforestation.  Avoid industrialisation.  Stop pollution.  Avoid human and natural wildfires.  Increase political will, funding and commitment  Do not hunt any animal.  Do not interfere in their lifecycle.  Reduce human-tiger conflict  Increase political will, funding and commitment  Tiger science
  9. 9. SAVE THE TIGERS SAVE THE NATION
  10. 10. Presented By Rahul Bhagwat Ghalme S.E. Chem

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