Presentation on theme: "Life Cycle of a Tiger By:Nathan. Infant Stage After birth a new born tiger is only up to two to three pounds.They are blind at birth but are not completely."— Presentation transcript:
Life Cycle of a Tiger By:Nathan
Infant Stage After birth a new born tiger is only up to two to three pounds.They are blind at birth but are not completely helpless.They can still smell their mother so they can nurse.Tiger cubs stay in a den made by by their mother for the first eight weeks of life.During their eighth week of life their mother introduces meat.
“Child”Stage Young cub under adult. At this stage a tiger may go out of the den and practice hunting with their mother.They do this for about eighteen weeks then they’ll be able to hunt by them self.Although they can hunt they stay with their mother for another year.
Young Adult Stage At this stage they leave their mother and are on their own.Females make there terrirories close to their mother,although they have no relationship.Males will go far from their mothers and find their territories.They can mate but will not try to mate.
Full Grown Adult Stage At this stage the tiger has found it’s territory and will try to mate.If a male tuger wants to mate with a female tiger and the female has cubs the male will kill the other cubs.The adult tigers will only be with other adult tigers if they’re mating or have been tracking the same prey.Tigers can live up to 26 years but do to destroying habitats they usually live up to 10 years. Bro Hug
Save the Tigers!!!!! Tigers are on the endangered species list due to over hunting and habitat destruction.Tiger are illegal to hunt but poachers hunt them illegally for their fur.The tigers like the tiger in the picture on the left are one of the rarest animals on Earth.
Range Although tigers are endangered they are distributed widely throughout South East Asia.They live in the following places such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Adaptations Tigers have many adaptations. One of the most obvious is their camouflage. They also have sharp claws and teeth to help them kill prey. They have really good hearing that allows them to pick up infared sound. They have keen hearing that allows hem to smell prey almost a mile away.