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Nicole and Jacob
There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates. Mammals Mammals Reptiles Reptiles Fish Fish Amphibians Amphibians Birds Birds
Most mammals: are warm bloodedare warm blooded have hair or furhave hair or fur give birth to live younggive birth to live young feed their babies with mothers milkfeed their babies with mothers milk breathe though lungsbreathe though lungs
Panthers and tigers are both mammals.
Tigers are warm-blooded. Their fur is orange with black stripes so that they can sneak up on their prey without being seen. They like to eat deer, pigs, antelopes, cattle, young elephants, and buffalo.
The Bengal tiger is a large, striped cat. The Bengal tiger uses this camouflage to protect itself by helping the tiger blend in. It lives in a variety of habitats, including rainforests and dense grasslands.
Male Bengal tigers are up to 10 feet long. The female tigers are up to 9 feet long. Their bodies help them run fast so they can attack deer, hogs, sheep, or other animals.
The tigers tail helps the tiger keep his balance when he is running fast.
Tigers have excellent eyesight and hearing. Their keen sight helps them spot their prey or see danger coming. Their hearing helps them listen and find their dinner.
Panthers legs are made for jumping, climbing, and swimming. Their jaws are powerful and their teeth are sharp for killing large animals.
A panther has good eyesight and hearing. It hunts during the day and at night.
Panthers use their claws to attack their prey. They also use their claws to bury large prey with leaves and twigs. They hide the dead body from other animals until they are able to finish eating it.
Panthers legs are made for them to run fast, jump, and attack deer, moose, rabbits, and wild hogs.
We hope you enjoyed learning about tigers and panthers.