Tiger -Things you should know about Tigers

Tiger is the most unique and powerful animal on earth. As far as you know about the tiger, perhaps the history of a garden is even more strange and overlooked than that.

There are already three subspecies of an extinct tiger. These species come with Caspian, Balinese and Javan tigers.

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Below are some unique and extraordinary information

  • Stripes are unique to each tiger and can be used to identify tigers, the way human beings have streaks.
  • The word "tiger" means the arrow in the original Persian language.
  • Half of the birth cubs are always beyond two years of age.
  • The Siberian Tiger is the largest in all subspecies and the weight.
  • Tigers use urine to mark their area.
  • Generally sprinkled urine can also communicate with other tigers whether urine sprayer is of male or female, is foreign or is local or receptive to sexual intercourse.
  • From the life of the tiger, it shows that the tigers have lived on Earth for some 2 million years.
  • An adult male tiger consumes approximately 150 kg of meat every month.
  • From the old artwork in the cave in the mountains, it shows that the tigers have lived on Earth for some 2 million years.
  • The white tigers are actually a genetic mutation and are not a subspecies.
  • All white tigers are of Bengal sub-species located in India
  • The lion has to make 20 attempts to hunt an animal.
  • It spends most of its time hunting.
  • Tiger food is eaten in intervals every four or five days. For this reason, it is meant to try to eat as often as possible.
  • Tigers are excellent swimmers
  • In a recent survey organized by the Animal Planet, tigers were cited as one of the favorite animals.
  • A tiger can be a powerful leap more than 10 meters.
  • Tiger is one of the zodiacal animals of Chinese.
  • In India, tigers are considered as a vehicle of Mata Durga.

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