10 fun facts about tigers
Tigers! A Childrens Book About Tigers ~ A Fun Facts About Tigers Picture Book For Kids. by Catherine WilderDoes your child loves animals? Theyll love these BIG cats! Tigers!
A Childrens Book About Tigers ~ Pictures and Fun Tiger Facts For Kids, will educate and fascinate their imagination! With over 40+ amazing pictures your kids will love, this Tigers book is geared toward children from the ages of 7-12 yrs. of age. It makes for easy reading and they will be thrilled to find out so much on this amazing animal which is also endangered and is on the brink of extinction.
I do hope you and your family enjoys this book on tigers, as it provides very interesting information about their physique, skills, sheer strength, hunting capabilities and many more…Let’s start your journey into the tiger’s world.
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Interesting facts about tigers
Tigers are the largest members of the cat family and are renowned for their power and strength. Sadly, three subspecies of tiger have become extinct — Caspian , Bali and Javan. The average life span for Tiger is up to 26 years in captivity while about 15 years in the wild. Tigers can reach a length of up to 3. They may be big and heavy, but tigers are by no means slow movers. Tigers live alone and aggressively scent-mark large territories up to sq km 38sq miles in size to keep their rivals away. Unlike most members of the cat family, tigers like water.
All about Tigers - Interesting Facts for Kids and Educational Animal Video for Schools
Enjoy and prepare to be amazed. Wow, there are loads. The Caspian Tiger, Bali Tiger and Javan Tiger are all extinct which is very sad, and many others are endangered, which means they in big danger of becoming extinct. The most endangered species is the South China tiger also known as the Amoy or Xiamen tiger they are listed in the top 10 of most endangered animals in the world. That is frightening to say the least. Guess who their biggest enemy is? Unbelievably, there are more tigers kept as pets than there are in the wild.