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Evolution of a Siberian Tiger

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Transcript of Evolution of a Siberian Tiger

Panthera Tigris Altaica

Placement of geologic time scale

cenozoic era,
Scientific Name
The earliest fossil of a Siberian tiger was found in china. It is two million years old.
First Appearance
The Siberian tiger is located in southeast Russia, some parts of China, and North Korea.
Its habitat is in tropical/evergreen forests, woodlands, dense vegetation, and by bodies of water which include lakes and rivers.
The first ancestor of the Siberian Tiger occurred in the Tertiary period in the Cenozoic era. When this species was made into existence the first pigs, deer, and rhinos also appeared. Also Gondwana split completely apart and India crashed into the Eurasian Plate.
Geologic and Biologic Events
That
Occurred
The Siberian Tiger is thought to have come from the sabortooth cat. From that time, it's front two teeth have become smaller. The Sabortooth cat got smaller because it's prey got smaller so it needed to do so. They also developed the ability to climb trees and swim.
Genetic changes
Evolution of Siberian Tiger
Location and Habitat
Siberian Tiger Info
Trophic level- Secondary or Tertiary consumer
Predator or Prey- Predator
Consumer or Producer- Consumer
Omnivore, Carnivore, or Herbivore- Carnivore
Community Status- Loner
Food source- Red deer, Wild Boar, Manchurian elk, Gotal, Sika Deer
"Scrub a dub dub"

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