White Tiger

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Animals
Grade:
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White Tiger

Adaptation to Habitat*Stripes break body shape which makes it difficult for prey to see* They are capable to hear infra-sound which is used to communicate over long distances

White Tiger

Physical Characteristics/ Structure* Hind legs are longer than the front* Front legs are strong and dense to take down large prey* White Tigers has tightly connected ligaments* Have padded feet that enables them to stalk prey* Claws used to grasp and hold prey are 4in.* The skull is stout and rounded* Only has 30 teeth with their canine teeth ranging from 2.5 -3in.

Behavior

Food* Can eat 88lb of meat at once* White Tigers are carnivores* Eats peacocks, samber, gaur and many more

* Very aggressive when hunting* Solitary animals* Do not eat people, may harm those who get too close to their young* Not nocturnal, but do most of their hunting at night* Show a sensitive side when they care for their young

Digestive systemTigers has a simple digestive system designed to process meat so the nutrients can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Their digestive system is much like ours.

CommunicationWhite tigers communicate vocally, visually , scent and touch. Including purring, chuffing, growling, roaring and doing a mating call

CourtshipA female will signal a male that she is looking for a mate through signs including roaring or moaning. A male tiger will attract a female through its scent markings and impress a female by roaring.

Cycle of changeTiger cubs begins consuming solid food when they are 6-8 weeks old. Cubs will begin to go out of the den around 2 months of age. Next, young tigers become independent around 17-24 months of age.

Food Chain1)People attacks white tigers2) white tiger attacks a goat3) Goat eats shrubs4) insects ate part of those bushes

By: Jade, Emily, Lauren and Julia


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