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White Tigers,White Tiger in Jungles,White Tiger in Indian Jungles
White Tigers have 30 large teeth ranging from 2.5 to 3 inches. Caring for Young: Tigers are generally solitary animals, except when caring for their young. Tigers keep their young with them for 2 or 3 years until the young tigers can fend for themselves. ...
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White Bengal Tiger,Regions of White Bangal Tiger,White Bengal Tiger Regions
White Tigers possesss 30 large teeth ranging from 2.5 to 3 inches. Caring for Young: Tigers are generally prefer staying aloof, except when caring for their young. Tigers keep their young with them for 2 or 3 years until the young tigers can fend for themselves. ...
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Tigers and tree climbing.
Tigers and tree climbing. Cubs: Tiger cubs willingly climb trees for about the first sixteen months of life and young tigers have ... are not. The white Bengal and Amur tigers shown here are doing something quite unusual for tigers of their age. Compare the tiger ... up and into the branches. The tiger - a terrestrial cat: Tigers are essentially terrestrial animals which confine climbing to their juvenile ...
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There were fewer and fewer places to which young tigers could disperse and more and more conflicts between tigers and people. Then tigers began to disappear. It was discovered they were being ... , Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand. The most serious threat to tigers in Indochina is competition with people for food. Tigers need meatólots of itójust to stay alive. The deer ...
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Kids For Tigers - About Kids For Tigers
Tigers Program Vision: A world in which wild tigers and their forest homes are safe well into the next century. Program Mission: To inform, educate and motivate 1.5 million young students from 1,000 schools within three years to become an active force to save wild tigers ...
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Kids for Tigers: The Sanctuary Asia Tiger Program
We conceived Kids for Tigers in 1999, and launched it in 2001, to sow conservation seeds in young minds. The idea was ... community of young Indians who shared a common bond with nature. 3. NEXT STEPS: 2002-2003 In 2002, Kids for Tigers began ... begin to have effect immediately. 6. REFERENCES Kids for Tigers. 2004. Kids for Tigers. http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/kidsfortigers. Mumbai, India. Project Tiger. ...
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Tigers
Siberia. Tigers are usually solitary hunters. They are very powerful, attacking animals as large as young elephants, water buffaloes and crocodiles. Tigers are good swimmers. The tiger ( ... about two years, at which time they are capable of hunting on their own. Both tigers and lions are similar anatomically and physiologically. In certain conditions, as when they are ...
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Kids For Tigers - Saving Tigers - Friends of Tigers - Tiger People
Kids For Tigers - Saving Tigers - Friends of Tigers - Tiger People About us | Register with us | Advertise | Fine Print | Contact us | Sitemap Home SAVING TIGERS Threats to Tigers Why Save Tigers? You CAN Save the Tiger! Ask ... his whole life in the service of nature. He loved tigers and wanted to protect them. Once, when he was a very young man, Kailash Sankhala actually shot a tiger because in ...
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Bengal tigers -- Panthera tigris tigris, or Panthera tigris bengalensis
'Beautiful Forest'), being both the world's largest secure area for tigers and the biggest mangrove. In the safety of Indian tiger reserves, ... animal this is very unusual. The tigers of the Sundarbans are renown man-eaters and the only tigers that will actually choose to attack ... up to 1,000 kg. Monkeys, birds, reptiles, fish and the young of elephant and rhino; all of these are potential prey if ...
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WWF - Poaching tigers: it's a way to make a living...
Around 51 tigers killed each year Although the numbers of tigers incidentally killed or as a result of human-tiger conflict are significant, most tigers ... to place the log in order to specifically catch tigers. Tigers can be caught in any cable snare with a ... and the end is connected to a solid flexible young tree trunk, which serves as a spring. The tree ...
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