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Evolution of the arma white tiger By Arwa Khan

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Transcript of Evolution of the arma white tiger By Arwa Khan

The White Tiger Today
Non Threatened
Evolution of the arma white tiger
Threatened
Arwa Khan
Current Threats
There are 2 main reasons for why white tigers are on the brink of extinction. One of them is poachers. The white tiger has VERY soft and smooth fur, and that is why poachers want them dead. Another reason is because the destruction of their habitat. Builders clear their habitat for their own purposes, not at all caring for the animals that live there. But here, we will be focusing on the poachers.
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PANTHERA AJAX HAWKINS
ThE ArMa WhItE tIgEr's FUTUTRISTIC
NiChE
The niche of this futuristic animal would be very closely related to the orginial animal of 2014. Its habitat would be in swamps, forests, and jungles, like it is in 2014. This time, they would have a specific niche which wouldn't only rely on their prey. They would hunt the same prey, (deer, pigs, lizards, elephants, birds , and many others) but with more success. The success would come from their adaptations. They would usually hunt at night but they sometimes hunt during the day.
P-opulation
Right now, white tigers usually do not have their own niche or habitat. That is because they don't live in the wild anymore. But when they do, their habitat is very specific. Where they lived would rely mainly on where its prey would be. They would usually live in jungles,forests, and swamps. They hunt individually and their prey ranges from deer to pigs to elephants to birds to lizards and many other animals.Also, the white tiger is a nocturnal animal, which means that the hunt either at night or dawn.

A population is the amount of specific organisms living in a specific time. Right now, there are only some hundered in India.
V-ariation
Variation means a different version of an object or organism. So, for the Arma White Tiger there were many variations, but one of them was a tiger with scales. That variation came through because of genetic mutations throughout the years.
Here, you can see the variation of a tiger with scales an without.
E-nvironmental change
The white tiger had many threats but here we are focusing on poachers. This would impact their niche entirely because they wouldn't be able to live or survive. Their numbers would diminish and slowly become extinct. Then, the builders and engineers would clear away their habitat because they wouldn't be living there anymore. That would increase global warming. So- don't kill white tigers.
S-election
There are variants for the Arma White Tiger. The surviving one has scales instead of fur, whereas the non surviving has fur. The scaled tiger survives because its' scales are bullet proof and impenetrable to the poachers weapons. Also, when they survive they can produce offspring and reproduction occurs.
H-eredity
The surviving tigers that have all adaptations pass on their traits to their offspring.
T-ime
There were many generations that took place for the Arma White Tiger to take place. It took from generation 1 to generation 977711. It took this many generations because for you to go from fur to impenetrabale scales takes many, many mutations and that would take a lot of time. That, would bring about all the generations with the adaptations that would become HUGE later on.
EVOLUTIONARY TREE
Here, you will see how the Arma White Tiger comes from the normal White tiger of 2014. The futuristic animal evolves from the normal white tiger by mutations.
BIOGEOGRAPHY
White tigers from 2014 lived in the continent of Asia. In the year 1234567891011 the Arma White Tiger lives in Asia. As you can see, by using Biogeography, you can tell that the white tiger of 2014 is related to the Arma White Tiger.
Arma White Tiger's main population location
FOSSIL RECORD.
According to the science of fossil records, the Arma White Tiger has descended from the white tiger of 2014. The fossils of their head evolution is very similar.
COMPARITIVE ANATOMY
Using the science of Comparitive Anatomy, the tige rof 2014 and the Ama White Tiger are related because of the similarities in their bones.
COMPARITIVE EMBRYOLOGY
Using the science of Comparitive Embryology, the Arma White Tiger and the white tiger of 2014 are highly and closely related.
GENE AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
According to the science of Gene and Molecular Biology, the Arma White Tiger and the white tiger of 2014 are very similar because of the gene AngeloMalfoy in them. This gene allows the tail of an organism to grow longer. This graph demonstrates the close relationship of the Arma White Tiger and the white tiger of 2014 with the gene AngeloMalfoy.
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Not cross eyed tigers is an adaptation that helps the tiger by making vision easier and making it easire to focus in the brain.
Ear size being increased is an adaptation that helps the tiger hear the poacher better, so they can avoid conflict.
A longer tail is an adaptation that helps the tiger have more balance when it is running for prey, but mostly from poachers.
Sharper and longer claws is an adaptation that helps thetiger by letting it have more traction agaisnt the dirt when running away from poachers. It also gives the tiger something to attack the poacher with.
Scales on the tiger is a huge adaptation that helps the tiger immensely. The scales are impenetrable to llets and any weapons, making the poacher useless when trying to kill a tiger for it's scales or beautiful pattern. This is the chosen adaptation.
scales
no scales
SURVIVES
DIES
Time machine
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*tip for future students: clear all history except website used for sources.. hopes this helps :)
THE ARMA WHITE TIGER from
tHE White tiger
The purpose of this will be to show how the Arma White Tiger evolved from the white tiger of 2014.
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