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How Tiger Survive

Tigers are the largest species of cats and can grow up to ten feet long. They have thick, heavy fur that is orange or tan and are perfectly camouflaged among the trees and grass. Tigers are skilled at hunting and stalking their prey, but they also eat mainly deer, wild pigs, gaurs (Indian buffalo), and antelope. They use their keen sense of smell to choose their mate by smelling urine from nearby females which contain information about health problems or signs of infanticide by other males in the area."

They have thick, heavy fur that is orange or tan and are perfectly camouflaged among the trees and grass.

They have a thick, heavy coat of fur that is orange or tan and are perfectly camouflaged among the trees and grass. Their coats can be up to 5 inches long, making it nearly impossible for predators to spot them.

They also have an amazing sense of smell that allows them to detect their prey from miles away!



They are skilled at hunting and stalking their prey.

They are stealthy and silent, which makes them hard to see when they're stalking their prey in the forest. Tigers have very keen senses of smell, hearing, touch, taste, and sight that allow them to detect prey from up to a mile away as it passes by on the other side of the river or through tall grasses.

They can also climb trees with ease because of their strong claws and flexible back legs; even if there is no way for them to get down from one branch into another (or down onto solid ground), tigers will find another way!

They eat mainly deer, wild pigs, gaurs, buffalo, and antelope.

They eat mainly deer, wild pigs, gaurs, and buffalo. The tiger's diet is similar to that of other carnivores such as lions and wolves.

The tiger's natural prey includes deer, wild boar (wild pig), gaur (Indian bison), Asian water buffalo, Indian wildcat, and domestic cats as well as birds like quail or partridge when available. Tigers also eat fish occasionally in lakes or rivers where they can catch them with their paws before eating them raw.

They use their keen sense of smell to choose their mate.

Tigers are solitary and territorial, but they also have a keen sense of smell that allows them to locate their mates. Tigers are the largest cats in the world, but only weigh between 150-200 pounds (100–90 kg). They have an average lifespan of 15 years or more and can grow up to 11 feet long (3 m) from nose to tail! Their powerful jaws can snap off an animal's head with one snap.

Tigers have amazing adaptations for survival: they're good swimmers; they're strong enough to eat large prey like antelope or buffalo; they've been known to run across deserts without water, and above all else, they're incredibly adaptable! The tiger has survived since prehistoric times when it lived alongside humans on our planet (although sometimes it was hunted down by us).

They have short legs but can run very fast and jump high distances.

The tiger's short legs are an advantage in running, but they have a hard time jumping. The tiger can jump very high distances and swim well. They can climb trees easily because of their sharp claws.

They can swim, climb trees, and leap over twenty feet long.

Tigers are very good at swimming. They can swim up to 50 miles per hour and have been seen crossing rivers that are 50 feet deep.

Tigers have also been known to climb trees, which is something they do quite frequently when it's convenient for them. And when tigers want to get a little closer, they leap over twenty feet long (or more). That's good news if you're looking for a big cat but be careful! Tigers can leap as high as 20 feet in the air!

And if all of this isn't enough for you yet: yes, tigers can even run on water!

they are really good hunters

Tigers are the best hunters in the world. They are so good at hunting, they can hunt better than any other animal. Tigers can kill lions, leopards, and even hyenas!


In conclusion, tigers are amazing creatures with many remarkable abilities. We hope you enjoyed learning about these facts and that they help you appreciate the tiger even more!

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