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Adult tigers usually live
with one or two other tigers.
One way tigers communicate is
by Morse code.
through a purred "language."
by the movement of their tails.
Tiger cubs are usually born
somewhere protected, such as a cave.
in underground burrows.
in abandoned bird nests.
In Asia, tigers are called
lions without manes.
the king of beasts.
What is the greatest threat to tigers?
Rhinos that prey on tiger cubs
The need for tiger body parts to make Asian folk medicines
Other animals taking over tiger territory
one of the most endangered animals on earth.
currently expanding their territories.
extinct in the wild.
The easiest way to tell a male from a female tiger is by
the number of stripes.
the length of the canine teeth.
A tiger can leap ______ over level ground.
How can individual tigers be identified?
They answer to their names.
By the number of whiskers on their faces.
By the stripe patterns on their faces.
When hunting prey,
tigers make a running attack.
tigers sneak as close as they can and then leap.
tigers hide and wait hours for prey to pass by.
Why are a tiger's stripes important?
They help the tiger hide in tall grass.
They keep people from mistaking a tiger for a lion.
They absorb sunlight and keep the tiger warm.
When a tiger comes to a river, what is it likely to do?
It will turn around and go back.
It will look for a natural bridge.
It will probably go for a swim.
Which subspecies of tiger has less than 100 individuals left?
South Chinese tiger
Tigers like to eat
bamboo and leafy plants.
water buffalo and wild pigs.
Big Macs and fries.
What does a tiger do if it has leftovers after a meal?
The tiger leaves it for vultures.
The tiger drags it to water and dumps it.
The tiger buries it to save for later.
What is one reason tigers roar?
Because they want to share their kill with other tigers.
Because they want to warn other tigers away from a kill.
There is no reason; they have no control over their roaring.
A mother tiger usually has _____ cub(s) at a time.
2 to 4
6 to 8
When tigers see people, they usually
come close to be petted.
The largest tiger is the
In a single year, one tiger must eat about _____ deer or other large animals.
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