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Tigers

Tigers are the largest natural species of cat in the world, and are native to Asia. The characteristic orange and black stripes are unique to each tiger and the beauty and majesty of this animal has been depicted in pictures and stories from many different cultures throughout history. Tigers are critically endangered as they are sold as pets illegally, hunted for sport and used in Chinese medicine.

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Tigers
Nouns

What is the feminine gender of a tiger?

In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.

The noun for a male is tiger; the noun for a female is tigress.

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Adjectives and Articles

What are some good adjectives for describing snow?

Fluffy, silent, peaceful, glistening, sparkling,`gentle, nice, quiet, unique, special, beautiful (To some people), flashy -A CookieMan`(Modified answer)

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Tigers

Why do we save tigers?

we need to save tiger as it is the national animal of India and if it will be extinct the balanced diet and FOOD CHAIN WILL BE effected.

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Do tigers like snow?

Well they do not dislike the snow. They simply prefer the warmer climate, but they will have fun in the snow.

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Leopards and Panthers
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How are the leopard and tiger related?

Both are members of the Panthera group, cats that roar.

Also they are both part of the big cat family

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Where do snow tigers live?

Snow tigers, or correctly, Siberian tigers, are found in the forests of eastern Russia.

No snow tigers live in the wild, but some still live in captivity.

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Animal Gestation and Incubation

How many litters does a tiger have?

3 or 4 cubs

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Humor & Amusement

Everyone uses it but it belongs to you?

Possible answers:

  • Your name.
  • Your personal space.
  • Your toilet.
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Do domestic cats and tigers and jaguars get along?

hmm if they met in the wild the predatory cats would see the domestic cat as a source of nourishment, while and see other predatory cats as a threat and kill or avoid the other tigers fight there kind all the time same with jaguars they are very territorial mammals.

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Babies

Can babies drink milk if they have a cold?

Yes, although you have to be careful they don't accidentally inhale the milk rather than swallow it. If a baby mammal does not drink milk while it is ill, it will die of starvation or dehydration.

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How much are baby tigers?

It is illegal to purchase a tiger unless one secures a special permit in most places. Tiger cubs grow into the largest cat in the world, and are extremely dangerous. Many pet tigers have killed their owners or other people.

If you mean size then about 2.2 pounds/1 kilogram and nnot more than 18 inches.

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Gorillas
Tigers

What do tigers have that no other animal has?

The question, what do tigers have that no other animal has, is a question used in the English as a Second Language Program, better-known as ESL. The answer is baby tigers.

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Animated and Children's Movies

What is Princes Jasmines pet tiger name?

Rajah is the name of Princess Jasmine's pet tiger.

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Hobbies & Collectibles

How much does a mummified cat sell for?

some good spisimens can sell for up to 500$

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Homelessness

How does being homeless affect lives?

Homelessness is a complicated issue that affects a wide rage of people and therefore the effect of a lack of a regular, safe indoor place to sleep can vary.

For a child, for example, homelessness can be utterly devastating and hurt their performance in school. Sadly, according to the National Law Center for Homelessness and Poverty:

"In 2009, only 34.1 percent of homeless individuals were members of a family experiencing homelessness. However, the percentage of family homelessness has been on the rise; family homelessness increased from 131,000 families in 2007 to 170,000 families in 2009, a 20 percent increase." p.25

I imagine being a parent in that situation would also be nerve racking.

Many homeless individuals are single males. There are a number of reasons for this, but ultimately the effects of homelessness is also quite personal, but here is a list of negative effects homelessness can have:

- The increased criminalization of homelessness in the U.S. leads to legal issues for the homeless and harassment by law enforcement. Ticketing and imprisonment of individuals who are homeless lead to fines, criminal records, police brutality and abuse, and the loss of personal property and vital medication. Run-ins with the law make it even harder for the homeless to change their situations and can make them ineligible for services that they may need.

- Most homeless people don't have adequate access to health care. This means that the homeless can suffer disproportionately form easily solved health problems which ends up in a lower quality of life for the homeless and it also hurts their ability to manage mental health issues as well as addiction problems. Also:

"....homelessness has been associated with higher death rates and shorter life expectancy than average. Some estimates indicate that homeless individuals are 3-4 times more likely to die than people in the general population." p.26

- For homeless women, rape and assaults are under reported, and according to the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault:

"Research has shown that 13% of homeless women reported having been raped in the previous 12 months, and one-half of these women were raped at least twice."

Sleeping outside can make a woman vulnerable to attack.

This is just a small picture of some of the challenges that face homeless individuals in America. But the bottom line is that a lot of these problems, like criminalization and lack of healthcare, could be fixed.

Most people who are homeless at any given time are not chronically homeless.

According to the NLCHP report:

"Only 17 percent of the overall homeless population consists of chronically homeless people. For others, homelessness is a more transitional experience. While not representative of the full homeless population, chronically

homeless individuals and people living on the streets are often the most visible of all homeless people and therefore may be the basis of the average person's perceptions of overall homelessness." p. 25

What this means is that most people who end up homeless end up back off of the streets eventually. This means it is a temporary condition and most people form inncorrect conclusions on homelessness and the homeless because the people that are most visibly "homeless" embody the negative stereotype that exists of the homeless appearing lazy and unwilling to change their situation.

Sadly, in our country our social polices also affect the lives of the homeless in a negative fashion by criminalizing day to day activities such as sleeping and eating in public, and denying access to clean running water and sanitary facilities. In fact, the United Nations has found that the U.S. treatment of the homeless violates international human rights standard, and groups like the NLCHP argue that such activities are unconstitutional as well.

Of course, homelessness can also provide people with a sense of freedom, and perhaps some who come out the other side and change their situation if they choose to and if the help they need to do so is available, they can feel pride and a sense of their own strength. Maybe the homeless can humble us all when we consider that anyone could be in their shoes. It could be just a pink slip or cancer diagnosis away.

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Aquarium Fish Species

What do tiger barbs eat?

Omnivores. Flake or pellet is excepted. Also feed frozen or live blackworms and brine shrimp, as well as vegetable based foods, including spirulina based foods.

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How old do tigers get?

Tigers can live to be between 15 to 25 years old.

Usually, tigers can live to twenty years or more.

They can live 10 -15 years in the wild and 16- 20 in a zoo

Lions and tigers can live 20 years or more, but most don't make it past 12.

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Do tigers come from Africa?

Tigers do not come from Africa.They're actually found in Asia.

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Can a cat mate with another animal like a tiger?

yes they can but this will be called crossbreeding and that's bad for animals example when a male lion mate with a female tiger the offspring will be called liger and the offspring can not mate with another tiger or lion and some crossbred animals never reach adulthood so this is a bad idea

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Birds
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Grasslands

Do tigers live in the grassland?

yes they do many types of animals live there

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Cheetahs
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What is the fastest speed at which tiger run?

Thirty to thirty five mph for short bursts.

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Care of Fish
Tigers

What do albino tigers eat?

everything that normal tigers eat.

note: white tigers are not actually classified as albinos,

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What types of plants are found where tiger live?

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Rhyming Words

What rhymes with delinquent?

sent! and everything that rhymes with sent

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Alternative Medicine

What can icy hot be used for?

icy hots can be used to soothe backs, necks. shoulders, sore throats and other physical pain.

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