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  • 1. Tigers • On the next page, you will see information about tigers. There are four paragraphs altogether. Read the text carefully, then click the yellow button. • You will then see some questions. All the answers are in the text - did you read it carefully? Click your chosen answer. • If you get a question wrong, the text appears. The part containing the key information is highlighted in red. Have another go! Click this button to move on: Photos from www.arkive.org.uk used with permission
  • 2. Tigers • Tigers belong to the cat family. They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia. Here they have long, thick fur to keep them warm. They also live in warm places such as jungles in India. • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own. • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same. They have orange fur and black stripes. The stripes help them to hide in the grass and in the trees. Some tigers have white fur but there are not many of these in the world. • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night. They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal. Tigers are not really fast runners so they have to creep very close to their prey and then pounce.
  • 3. Tigers 1) True or false? – A female tiger is bigger than a male tiger. a) True b) False
  • 4. Correct – well done! • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same.
  • 5. Bad Luck! Try again
  • 6. Tigers • Tigers belong to the cat family. They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia. Here they have long, thick fur to keep them warm. They also live in warm places such as jungles in India. • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own. • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same. They have orange fur and black stripes. The stripes help them to hide in the grass and in the trees. Some tigers have white fur but there are not many of these in the world. • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night. They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal. Tigers are not really fast runners so they have to creep very close to their prey and then pounce.
  • 7. Tigers 2) When do tigers like to hunt? a) Day b) Night
  • 8. Bad Luck! Try again
  • 9. Correct – well done! • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night.
  • 10. Tigers • Tigers belong to the cat family. They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia. Here they have long, thick fur to keep them warm. They also live in warm places such as jungles in India. • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own. • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same. They have orange fur and black stripes. The stripes help them to hide in the grass and in the trees. Some tigers have white fur but there are not many of these in the world. • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night. They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal. Tigers are not really fast runners so they have to creep very close to their prey and then pounce.
  • 11. Tigers 3) Where do many tigers come from? a) Siberia b) Sahara
  • 12. Correct – well done! • They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia.
  • 13. Bad Luck! Try again
  • 14. Tigers • Tigers belong to the cat family. They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia. Here they have long, thick fur to keep them warm. They also live in warm places such as jungles in India. • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own. • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same. They have orange fur and black stripes. The stripes help them to hide in the grass and in the trees. Some tigers have white fur but there are not many of these in the world. • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night. They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal. Tigers are not really fast runners so they have to creep very close to their prey and then pounce.
  • 15. Tigers 4) True or false? - Tigers are very individual animals. a) True b) False
  • 16. Correct – well done! • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own.
  • 17. Bad Luck! Try again
  • 18. Tigers • Tigers belong to the cat family. They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia. Here they have long, thick fur to keep them warm. They also live in warm places such as jungles in India. • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own. • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same. They have orange fur and black stripes. The stripes help them to hide in the grass and in the trees. Some tigers have white fur but there are not many of these in the world. • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night. They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal. Tigers are not really fast runners so they have to creep very close to their prey and then pounce.
  • 19. Tigers 5) What animals do tigers like to hunt?
  • 20. Correct – well done! • They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal.
  • 21. Bad Luck! Try again
  • 22. Tigers • Tigers belong to the cat family. They can be found in the cold, snowy environments of Siberia. Here they have long, thick fur to keep them warm. They also live in warm places such as jungles in India. • Tigers do not live in herds or packs like some animals but hunt on their own. • A male tiger is bigger than a female tiger but apart from this they look the same. They have orange fur and black stripes. The stripes help them to hide in the grass and in the trees. Some tigers have white fur but there are not many of these in the world. • Tigers rest in the day and hunt at night. They like to catch deer and wild pig but they will eat almost any animal. Tigers are not really fast runners so they have to creep very close to their prey and then pounce.
  • 23. Tigers • Now draw a habitat for tigers, using the ‘Paint’ program on your computer. The information in the comprehension will help you. Congratulations on completing the quiz!
  • 24. Bye!