Fact about tiger-Young Life:
a young tiger is dependent on its mother for food for the year or so of its life. By the time it is 2 years old, it will have enough power, strength, and experience to be able to catch prey for itself. It may star breeding in its fourth or fifth year, and lives in average until the age of 8-10.
Tiger in Action:
tigers in the ranthambhore reserve in northwest india have been known to charge into lakes after samba deer and become fully submerged with their prey. The tigers in this area have also been reported to have killed and eaten crocodiles.
The tiger is the largest member of the cat family, and its orange coat with black stripes and white markings is instantly recognizable. Its size, coat colour, and markings vary according to subspecies. Although 8 subspecies are recognized historically, 3 have become extinct since the 1950s. And out of the remaining, 3 are crirically endangered and are endangered.
The geographical distribution of the tiger once extended as far west as eastern turkey, but it is now restricted to pockets of southern and eastern asia. The tiger’s habitat varies widely, from the tropical forests of southeast asia to the coniferous of southeast asia to the tropical forests of southest asia to the coniferous woodlands of Siberia, but its bsic requirements are dense cover, access to water, and sufficient large prey.
Hunting mainly by night, it takes mostly deer and wild pigs, and cattle in some regions, but it also eats smaller animals, including monkeys, birds reptiles, and fish and readily will also attack young rhinoceroses and elephants.
They may eat up to 40 kg (88 lb) of meat at a time and return to a large kill for 3-6 day. Tigers are usually solitary, but are not necessarily anti-social. A male is occasionally seen resting or feeding with a female and cube, and tigers may also travel in groups.🦁🐯🐅🐆#fac#animal
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