How does tiger protect itself from predators?
A tiger is at the top of the food chain and has no predators other than man.
A tiger is at the top of the food chain and doesn't have predators other than man.
With it's powerful bite
A tiger's stripes help to camouflage it against the grass. This often helps in catching its prey easily, and from being seen by any possible predators. A tiger does not have any predators as such, though if any danger arises, the tiger can protect itself with its teeth and claws.
They leave a heavy scent, so that their predators and other animals don't come onto their territory.
the crow can protect itself fron predators by summining death to take their souls
The gray whale does not have to protect itself from predators. It is so large that it does not have any natural predators.
Believed to be extinct, the Tasmanian tiger, more properly known as the Thylacine, was unable to protect itself against humans, who literally hunted it to extinction. However, the thylacine was the largest carnivorous marsupial, and at the top of the food chain. With no natural predators, it did not need protection beyond the strong, powerful jaws it had.
The sharp claws help it protect itself from predators, but usually it uses its claws to protect it's lair from animals that want to steal its pups.
to protect its babies
It as claws to protect it from its natural predators
no it does not use spikes to protect itself
Woodpeckers are solitary animals. A woodpecker will protect itself by attacking other birds, or making sounds that are predators perceive as a threat.
Weddell seals swim under the ice to protect themselves from predators. They live in remote habitats that also helps to protect them from predators.
How do Cottontailrabbit defend their self from predators
To protect itself from predators.
by burrowing itself. Clues in the name!
A starfish protects itself by eating its predators.
by its claws
To protect itself from predators
It does not have predators!
To protect itself from predators
They have incredible speed so to confuse the predators they jump in the air.
adaptations of a ribbed mussel are its color to camouflage itself from predators and its hard shell also to protect itself from predators
The typical road runner will protect itself by running away or hiding in or around anything.
a tiger salamander protects itself by poisoning its prey.
With it's sting.
sometimes it is used to protect itself from predators.
they live in peep holes
by using its tallons
It uses it's slime.
to protect itself from predators
By poisoning predators through biting. Also by beating predators with their tales.
Mice have little defense from predators other than to hide.
it protects itself by its four capes like a bat
Flamingos protect themselves by pecking predators with its beak. Flamingos also stay in large groups to avoid and confuse predators.
It doesn't. The Tasmanian Tiger, more correctly known as the Thylacine, is believed to be extinct. This animal was unable to protect itself against humans, who literally hunted it to extinction. However, the Thylacine was the largest carnivorous marsupial, and at the top of the food chain. With no natural predators, it did not need protection beyond the strong, powerful jaws it had.
sharp claws and teeth
probably kill ?
it fights to the death
They need to stay with there family
The hydras have protective tentacles and stinging cells on them to protect themselves.
They protect themselves from predators by charging them because they have antlers that can total a semi!
flight is their one and only defense.
With highly-potent venom !
they use their horns to fight off predators
they suck d****
They dont have any natral prediters.
it turns into a little tight ball
He poisons predators.