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A Tiger's Food Chain

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Noah Gomez

on 21 November 2012

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A Tiger's Food Chain Tigers are at the top of the food chain. They eat mammals such as pigs, deer, antelope, and buffalo. Tigers are also known to eat fish, birds, reptiles, and even other predators like leopards and bears. The animals in the tiger's food chain are different depending on where the tiger lives. All of the animals eat each other for nutrients and energy. Most of the animals eat meat. The other animals, such as small fish or deer, eat plants. Then the bigger animals, like bears, eat the small fish and deer. Tigers eat the bigger animals for the energy and nutrients. Tigers eat a lot of food so they need the bigger animals to live. They eat twice as much as a human and are twice the size. A tiger can eat up to 40kg of meat in a meal. Because they are at the top of the food chain, tigers are the strongest and fastest of all the cats.
The end When the prey of the tiger is more than half his size, then the tiger will bite the prey's throat to kill it. Because of the size of the tiger and animal that they catch, the tiger can feed its self for 7 days with one meal.
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