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By :Jada Riley Animal Habitat Project October 10,2011
Description Siberian tiger 660 lbs (300 kg) Primarily in eastern Russia 400 to 500 that are living
Habitat The Siberian Tiger is a animal that lives in the taiga, tundra of Russia.
Adaptation The Siberian Tiger needs it’s fur and sharp claws to kill it’s prey to eat and survive.
Survive Siberian Tigers need things to live just like humans do they need food, water, oxygen, shelter and body fat to stay warm in the winter and cold seasons.
environment The Siberian Tiger is born in a rain forest or a forest and it is use to having lots of animals around it.
Why did I pick this animal Siberian Tiger’s are very cozy and comfortable animals. And have very nice and soft fur.
Interesting facts A nickname for a Siberian Tiger is a Amur Tiger. And has lots of different places it lives in and they are China and Asia.
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