To survive, tigers need a sufficiently large space, plenty of cover, availability of
prey and access to water. These environmental features enable the tiger's ...
There were once nine subspecies of tigers: Bengal, Siberian, Indochinese, South
Chinese, Sumatran, Malayan, Caspian, Javan and Bali. ... What You Can Do » ...
[T]hose who also care about the survival of the greatest wild cats, dogs and ...
The only large cat with stripes, tigers live in fragmented habitats throughout
eastern and central Asia. Their fur usually is orange, with southern species ...
Tigers tend to live on their own, depending on themselves for survival. ... much of
the prey that they are after is in herds that move the tigers must do so as well.
It's pretty simple for them (Other than deforestation and less food and humans
impacting their lives in horrible ways) they live solitary lives and usually only
The tiger's striped coat helps them blend in well with the sunlight filtering ... The
tiger's seamless camouflage to their surroundings is enhanced because the ...
TIGERS. Legendary symbol of wild Asia, the tiger now stands at the brink of
extinction. Come eye-to-eye ... What Do Tigers Need to Survive? Space. An area
Obviously, the supply of prey is of utmost importance to its survival. ... their more
common Bengal peers, but the stripes do help to break their profile up, visually ...
Today, the main threat to the survival of tigers is the loss of their natural habitats.
Forests, grasslands and swamps are being developed into cities, towns, farming
Juvenile mortality is high however—about half of all cubs do not survive more
than two years. Tigers have been known to reach the age of 26 years in the wild.