The tiger roars to ward off prediators
Tigers use there sharp teeth to tear up there prey.
Tigers live in Asia and other areas
From head to body four and half feet to nine and half feet
The tail can be two to three feet
The tiger can wieght from 400 pounds to 600 Pounds
When cubs are born they are two or three pounds
There habitats range from Tropical forests, grasslands, swamps and mountain vallys
They always live by water.
The tigers only have a few natural enemies.
Thy include large buffaloes, elephants and bears. Its defence against other animals that may attack are its large claws and very powerful teeth.
They start breeding when the are three to four years old.
The breeding season is year long
The tail is very important for overall balance.
When a lion roars, it can do so with enough force to raise a cloud of dust
It is said that a lion's roar can be heard 5 miles (8 km) away.
The body is very muscular
with less bone mass than other animals of comparable size. The forebody of the lion is very powerfully build
There eyes are well-adapted
The sense of smell is well developed.
The lion's teeth are well adapted
The stripes help them blend themselves into the grass
This provides camouflage for them
Marking Their Territory
Living by water
Staying away from humans
Females stay with cubs