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ID number:459436
Published: 18.11.2005.
Language: English
Level: Elementary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

The strength and the elegance of this this tiger is admired by a lot of people.
The object of tiger’s hunt is twice bigger than the tiger himself, that is why the tiger is one of the most dangerous animals in the world.
The orange with black stripes skin helps tigers to hide themselves in the jungles, savannas and large bushes.
Interesting facts about tigers
Tigers usually are lonely, because they are very individual animals, who like to live alone.
“The best time for a hunt is night,” say tigers.
A male tiger usually can patrol 55km2, but female tigers can look after 45 km2.
This animal loves water very much, that is why every tiger can swim very well.

Do you know, that..
In a years time a grown up tiger can catch thirty buffaloes.
You can hear a loud tiger’s roar in a two kilometres distance.
A tiger usually attacks his victims from the rear or from a side.
In a tiger’s menu you can find wild buffaloes and warthogs as the main dish and birds, frogs and mice as snacks.
The most important part of a tiger’s body are fangs, because without them tiger will not be able to hunt and will starve to death.

The colour of a leopard may differ from yellow till black.
Every leopard marks his territory with deep claw signs on the trees, so that other animals would know that this territory belongs to somebody.

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