Siberian Tiger By: Brandon Engratt Animal Facts The

Siberian Tiger By: Brandon Engratt Animal Facts The

Siberian Tiger By: Brandon Engratt Animal Facts The Siberian tigers are black, orange and white. The Siberian tigers are carnivores because, they eat meat. A pic showing

your animal. The Siberian tiger runs and walks to get around. Habitat Map showing where your animal lives Picture showing your animal in its habitat. The Siberian tigers live primarily in the Eastern Russias birch forests. Their habitat

must sustain its need for cover, which allows it to stalk its prey undetected. Life Cycle A baby tiger has white, orange and black stripes just like the adult. But the baby has less teeth than the adult. A picture of the animal as a grown/ mature animal. A picture of the animal as a baby or young.

An adult Siberian tiger looks big and has white, orange and black stripes on them. They have very sharp teeth. Animal Interactions The Siberian tigers have numbers of ways to communicate! For example, they put out their claws when their threatened. Pic of animal adaptation that allows it to protect itself The Siberian tigers eat a variety of meats such as monkeys, fish, domestic live stock, buffalo, deer, antelope and baby elephants. Its favourite food is deer. The

Siberian tigers dont have any predators. Interesting Facts Did you know that Siberian tigers have a scientific name called Panthera tigers Altaica? A pic to accompany fact #1 The top speed Siberian tigers run is

96km (60 mph) Did you know tigers are good swimmers? They can swim up to 6 kilometres! Tigers cubs leave their mom at the age 2. A pic to accompany fact #3

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