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Pepe Gracia, Juan Aria, villagers and tiger
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Jim Kjelgaard (1919-1959, USA). Check out some of his other popular works at http://www.answers.com/Jim%20Kjelgaard
the tiger was killed by pepe garcia using a machete not the rifle...
the tigers heart is similar to a human heart. its heart is amussel with pumping organs that help it survive.
He dies in a hoe LOL >:D Submitted by The Cake
Yes, Jim Kjelgaard did commit suicide. He passed away on July 12, 1959, after receiving word that he had a tumor.
yes It's a short story in many of his books. To see which one(s) contain the story-see below link.
Mr. Easton, Miss Fairchild, the ambassador, and Mr. Marshall.
Camar is gay
The tiger is a mammal, and all mammals have a four-chambered heart. Therefore, the tiger's heart has four chambers.
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No. Author Jim Kjelgaard was not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church).
Jim Kjelgaard wrote over 40 novels. They are: Forest Patrol (1941)Rebel Siege (1943)Big Red (1945)Buckskin Brigade (1947)Snow Dog (1948)Kalak of the Ice (1949)A Nose for Trou…ble (1949)Wild Trek (1950)Chip the Dam Builder (1950)Irish Red, Son of Big Red (1951)Fire-hunter (1951)The Explorations of Pere Marquette (1951)Trailing Trouble (1952)Outlaw Red, Son of Big Red (1953)The Spell of the White Sturgeon (1953)The Coming of the Mormons (1953)Haunt Fox (1954)Cracker Barrel Trouble Shooter (1954)Lion Hound (1955)The Lost Wagon (1955)Desert Dog (1956)Trading Jeff and his Dog (1956)Wildlife Cameraman (1957)Cochise, Chief of Warriors (1957)Double Challenge (1957)We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run (1957)Wolf Brother (1957)Swamp Cat (1957)Rescue Dog of the High Pass (1958)The Land is Bright (1958)The Black Fawn (1958)The Story of Geronimo (1958)Hi Jolly (1959)Stormy (1959)Ulysses & his Woodland Zoo (1960)Boomerang Hunter (1960)The Duck-footed Hound (1960)Tigre (1961)Hidden Trail (1962)Fawn in the Forest & other Wild Animal Stories (1962)Two Dogs & a Horse (1964)Furious Moose of the Wilderness (1965)Dave and his Dog, Mulligan (1966)Coyote Song (1969)
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no it was not important to him