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Siberian Tigers

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Makayla Pope

on 15 May 2014

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Transcript of Siberian Tigers

Reddish rusty or rusty yellow in color.
Narrow black transverse stripes.
No two have exact same stripes.
Siberian Tigers prefer to live alone simply because its easier to sneak up on prey when alone rather in a pack.
Siberian Tigers lives in a Tundra biome.

extremely cold
limitation of drainage
short season of growth and reproduction
low biotic diversity
Physical Appearance
She will spend five or six days with the male, which she is receptive for three days.
Gestation last from three to three and a half months.
A female signals her receptiveness by leaving urine deposits and scratch marks on trees.
Reach sexual maturity at 4 years of age
They mate at anytime of the year
Litter size is usually two to three
However if they are living in the wild they only live for about fourteen, the zoo is where they receive outstanding care.
SIberian Tigers can live any where between fourteen and twenty five years old in captivity.
Panthera Tigris Altaica
Siberian Tigers
Autotroph, or heterotroph?
Siberian tigers are heterotrophs.

Herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, or detrivore?
Carnivore because they prefer meat.
Reproductive Habits
They live alone, and only get together to reproduce, and the female will raise the cubs.
Siberian Tigers
wild boar
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