What do Tigers need to stay alive?
There needs to be 1) shelter, 2) food and 3) water. Tigers require shelter to remain concealed from potential prey as they stalk their victim and threats (which are, usually, from human sources), as well as for protection when the female has cubs.
What does a tiger do in its natural habitat?
What would the tiger have been doing if he were in its natural habitat ? Ans: If the tiger were in its natural habitat he would have been lurking in shadow in order to hunt plump deer and terrorising the villagers at the jungle edge.
How does a tiger protect itself?
| Tigers mainly defend themselves with their claws, large teeth and powerful front legs, which allow them to restrain other animals. The fur of the tigers also acts as a camouflage in the vegetation so that they are not noticed.
What do tigers need in their enclosure?
A tiger main enclosure should ideally be a large (> 0.5 hectare), natural area with good shade trees, plenty of vegetation providing cover, a varying terrain, a pool for bathing and a natural stream system to ensure a clean water supply.
What is in a tiger’s habitat?
Tigers live in a diverse array of habitats such as tropical rainforests, mangrove swamps, evergreen forests, grasslands, savannahs, and rocky areas.
What animals live in the same habitat as tigers?
Other animals in the habitat include other tigers, elephants, leopards, deer, buffalo and wild boar. Indochinese tigers are threatened by poachers, loss of prey and loss of habitat.
How do tigers move?
During a walk the tiger lifts both limbs on the same side together. This gait is similar to that of a camel, and quite unlike that of a horse. Some people claim the tiger has almost mathematically precise movement with the hind paw stepping in exactly the spot previously occupied by the forefoot.
What do tigers normally eat?
Tigers mainly eat sambar deer, wild pigs, water buffalo and antelope. Old and injured tigers have been known to attack domestic cattle and people.