Were do tigers live?

tigers live in Evergreen forests, mangrove swamps, tropical rainforests, savannahs, grasslands and rocky mountains.

Is a tiger a invertebrate or vertevrate?

A vertebrate because it has a internal skeleton and it would need a external skeleton to be a invertebrates.

Is a tiger a herbivore omnivore or carnivore? What does a tiger eat?

a carnivore because a tiger eats meat. a tiger eats wild bore, deer, monkeys, buffalo, antelope, baby elephants and livestock.

How does a tiger adapt to survive?

There are a range of other adaptations that make it easier for tigers to thrive within their environment. They have a special adaptation to their retinas, which allows more light to reflect back into their eyes, making it easier to see in the dark. They also have extremely good hearing and are even able to pick up infrasound, which makes it easier to hear and communicate over long distances in the forest, because infrasound can pass through trees and other objects. They also have large teeth and long, retractable claws, both of which help them to hunt.