Tigers! A Childrens Book About Tigers ~ A Fun Facts About Tigers Picture Book For Kids. by Catherine WilderDoes your child loves animals? Theyll love these BIG cats! Tigers!
A Childrens Book About Tigers ~ Pictures and Fun Tiger Facts For Kids, will educate and fascinate their imagination! With over 40+ amazing pictures your kids will love, this Tigers book is geared toward children from the ages of 7-12 yrs. of age. It makes for easy reading and they will be thrilled to find out so much on this amazing animal which is also endangered and is on the brink of extinction.
I do hope you and your family enjoys this book on tigers, as it provides very interesting information about their physique, skills, sheer strength, hunting capabilities and many more…Let’s start your journey into the tiger’s world.
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Tiger Facts and Information - Interesting Facts About Tigers
30 Interesting Facts About Tigers
Tigers are often looked as being one of the most beautiful yet ferocious animals and perhaps this is a sole driving factor that makes them even more interesting creatures. But sadly, they have come to a verge of being categorized as endangered, thanks to the human sloppiness and prudence. As a wildlife lover with keen interest on large cats, I enjoy visiting wildlife sanctuaries but the question remains, how well do I or we know about this exotic animal? Spoiler alert - you would be knowing some of the facts already but what the hell! You probably knew this that Royal Bengal Tigers are the largest amongst other wild cats but did you also know that the male Tigers weigh up to kilograms. Kidding, you cannot have a pet tiger, it illegal! It is not necessarily true that all Tigers are nocturnal but yes, they do prefer engaging in most of their hunting activities at night.
Tigers are the largest members of the cat family and are renowned for their power and strength. Sadly, three subspecies of tiger have become extinct — Caspian , Bali and Javan. The average life span for Tiger is up to 26 years in captivity while about 15 years in the wild. Tigers can reach a length of up to 3. They may be big and heavy, but tigers are by no means slow movers. Tigers live alone and aggressively scent-mark large territories up to sq km 38sq miles in size to keep their rivals away. Unlike most members of the cat family, tigers like water.
Discover fascinating facts about tigers, the world's biggest cat and a ferocious predator. By Scott Dutfield. Tigers are the only big cats to have stripes and individuals can be identified by their pattern. However, while we typically see tigers in zoos, conspicuous against the green vegetation in their enclosures, their main prey is ungulates, which cannot detect the range of colours that we primates can. This method of camouflage is an important predatory adaptation. Tigers are carnivorous mammals, and they mostly eat large prey like deer, wild boar and even elephant calves. And yes, they have occasionally been known to kill and eat people, too.