Facts and Information about Tiger- Endangered Species

Facts and Information- Endangered  Species: Tiger

The Tiger is the biggest cat varieties in the world; the biggest tiger sub-species are the Siberian tiger. The estimated weight of the male is 500 pounds and the female is 300 pounds. The common length of the men competition is 10 feet and the women 8 feet. The common size of a competition is 3 feet. The appearance of the competition depends on to a large degree on where the creature lives. Lions that reside in cold areas are paler in color and bigger in size; their fur is longer, thicker.

In hotter environments, tigers are more compact in dimension and more colorful; they have smaller, slimmer fur. The fur on the tiger’s back is very dense and the lines are light. Large of the Siberian competition is yellowish-brown, while the Native Indian tiger is reddish-brown. The lines of a competition are very dark. Like all kitties, tigers have sharp nails and tooth.

Tiger - now in endangered category
Tiger is the most lovable species among other species, many wildlife travels and tourism lover visit the national park to see them.
Today, tigers are not discovered western of Native India or on the isles of Coffee and Indonesia. The staying tigers are in Chinese suppliers, Southern Japan, and Russia’s the Far East; these are mostly separated environments, and tigers are reduced in numbers.
Tigers usually stalk their feed alone and in the evening. The highest possible destroy variety for a competition is 80 legs. To make a destroy, the competition steps on the creature, stinging its neck. It then takes the slain creature to some invisible spot.

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