Tiger is the common name that the members of the species Panthera tigris receive. This mammal, which is considered the largest feline on the planet, is characterized by its yellow fur with black stripes on the back.HOW TO MAKE A TIGER IN MOSTACILLA FREE DESIGNS
The tiger, originally from Asia, is carnivorous. Because of its size and ferocity, it is among the most important predators: it feeds on zebras, deer, wild boars, elk and buffalo, among other animals. You can also hunt wolves, bears and even elephants.
It should be noted that there have been several cases of tigers attacking humans.
A tiger can eat a man to defend his cubs or consider it a prey that is easy to hunt.
There are several subspecies of tigers. The largest is the Bengal tiger, which is found in forests and savannas in India, Bangladesh, Burma, Nepal and other Asian nations.
The so-called white tiger is a mutation of the Bengal tiger which, as its name implies, is characterized by its white coat.
At present the tiger is in danger of extinction by the hunting and by the damages that the man causes in its natural habitat.
There are, in fact, more tigers in captivity than in the wild.
Although it seems hard to believe, there are many people who adopt or want to adopt tigers to live with them, as if they were dogs or cats; In principle, given the beauty of this animal is understandable that someone feels the desire to share his life with him, but it is a very selfish decision and with serious consequences for both.
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Tigers, like any other animal (except humans) do not resort to physical violence if they do not think it necessary, so this is not the point that should concern a person interested in adoption. Above all the reasons not to do it is the unhappiness that these giants suffer outside their natural habitat, where either they do not have enough space to exercise or do not have another individual of the same species to grow together.
In addition to the lack of space, which only damages the animal, there is the economic expense that entails the care of a tiger: for food, this cat is capable of consuming up to 18 kilos of meat; Not counting the water and medicines that are often made necessary by the life in captivity, which weakens them and brings them closer to our way of life, so artificial.