the environment was like a grassland environment would be like in the Pleistocene
A tiger's environment comes in different habitats. Hot rainforests and grasslands for Bengal tigers and boreal forests for Siberian or Amur tigers. All tigers live in Asia.
there is all sort of places tigers live in like snow, desert , forest, and all kind of places.
None, there are no white Bengals currently in the wild. Tigers are the top predator in their environment.
tigers like hunting and sleeping
Tigers are animals of forests and jungles, where their striped coats blend in with the environment.
tigers can be saved by protecting their natural habitat, by declaring thire environment as reserves.
what is a tigers respiration like
by pooping in it and meow! and they are racist
So they arent not adapted to the enviorment.
umm, stripes? stealthiness?
Hello they live In the jungle
the people triing to kill them for their furs
they help balance the food chain and not good for the environment to lose a species
Tigers are important to the environment because they are magnificant big cats who are beautyfull and should not be hunted down they should beable to stay in there own habititat where they belong xx
A tiger uses its environment by playing with other tigers in the wild and stocking for food. Tigers are mostly important because of their strength and their ability to run very fast!!
Tigers play with like, balls and ropes.
Like all predators, their role includes keeping the populations of prey in control and reducing the numbers of weak and ill prey.
Because that is the way tigers were created. Bengal tigers have stripes to help them blend into their environment, when hunting and to hide from humans. Not all tigers are orange with black stripes, there are also white tigers with black stripes
Us humans killed them for food and fun . We also took there environment so we could like there instead of them.
They keep their prey's population in check.
they kill other animals for food
there eyes and ears and smell
no because they're fur has to do with its species not the habitat