Why is a tiger a carnivore?
A tiger hunts down and kills other animals, then eats their flesh. Since that is the basic definition of a carnivore, the tiger is classified as such.
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Yes. Tigers are pure carnivores. They prefer hunting large ungulates such as chital, sambar, gaur, and to a small extent also barasingha, water buffalo, nilgai, serow and takin. Among the medium-sized prey species they frequently kill wild boar, and occasionally hog deer, muntjac and Gray langur. Small prey species such as porcupines, hares and peafowl are also hunted and form a very small part in their diet. Sometimes, they also prey on domestic livestock too… Read More
It eats only meat. That means carnivore. Read More
The saber toothed tiger was a carnivore because it ate meat. The word "carnivore" has two parts -- "carni" means meat and "vore" means eater. Read More
the answer is the bangal tiger is a consumer and a carnivore the answer is the bangal tiger is a consumer and a carnivore the answer is the bangal tiger is a consumer and a carnivore Read More
A tiger cannot be a herbivore because it is nature for it to be a carnivore. Read More
a first order carnivore is a predator with no natural enemies, such as a Bengals tiger. Read More
carnivore. ONLY eats meat. Wow, didnt know that? Read More
A tiger's a carnivore... I'm pretty sure it only eats meat. Read More
NO they are a carnivore but if a tiger is old or sick and cant hunt for food sometimes a tiger will eat plants or grass Read More
Tigers are carnivores Read More