Kingdom anamalia- All are multicellular, heterotrophs, and have the ability to move at some point in life.
phylum chordata- The chordata is an organism that gives a sense of body structure. This organism can stretch almost the entire body length when at its full growth or development. when the body is in motion it gives support by stiffening the body.
Subphylum- Animals such as fishes, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals all are in the vertebral column. The vertebrate is a bone structure that runs from the head to tail. the vertebrate is the body's main body structure.
Class Mammalia- These animals produce milk with mammary glands, have hair, and three inner ear bones.
Order Carnivora- members of the mammalian order carnivora all eat meat. some animals that are part of the order carnivora are bats, dolphins, whales, andmany more. there are 270 species of carnivora.
Genus- Roaring Cats
Species- Panthera Tigris
Weight- Male tigers weigh between 400-660 pounds. Female Tigers weigh abot 100 pounds.
Color-Tigers stripes vary in length. they are all different. Under the tiger, belly, lims, chest, throat are white . the eyes are white and there is always a white spot behind each ear. Each white spot is usually asymmetrical.
Range- Historic tigers used to be found in Turkey through south and southeast Asia all the way to the eastern shores of the america. Now tigers are found mostly all over Asia
Diet- Tigers are great at hunting. they eat deer, buffalo, antelope, etc. they are really good at hunting sloth bear, dogs, leopards, crocodiles, pythons, etc. they also are capable of attacking humans
Habitat- Tigers live in a wide variety of habitats such as, tropical areas, tall grass jungles, dry thorn forest, birch woodlands, monsoonal forest, etc. but they always find an area that has water and sufficient prey
Predator- The tigers only Predator is Humans
Tiger in habitat
World map of Tiger habitat
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