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TIGERS

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tyler odell

on 17 November 2009

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TIGERS LARGEST OF ALL CATS, THE TIGER IS ONE OF THE MOST THERATENED SPECIES ON EARTH EVERY ONE LOVES TIGERS to me tigers are # 1 WWF in 2005 had a meeting with other organizations on the most comprehensive scientific study of tiger habitats ever done.
Blake said tigers are GREAT!! Here is Brandon Marshall and Eddie royal discussing the threats on tigers and what the can try to do to help save the tigers!! The study finds that tigers reside in 40 percent less habitat than they were thought to a decade ago and now occupy only seven percent of their historic range.       In the beginning of the century, there were about one hundred thousand wild tigers. Now there are only about eight thousand tigers left. While humans are the worst enemies of the tiger, it also has enemies in the form of elephants, bears and very large buffaloes. The only defense tigers have against their enemies are their razor sharp claws and their strong teeth. Other than that, sometimes the sheer weight of a tiger can kill a average sized humans. Tigers are known to weight as much as three hundred to five hundred pounds. by the one, the only, TYLER O'DELL      They are losing their habitat because people keep cutting down trees and there isn't a lot of land for them. They also kill tigers to protect themselves and their live stock.
      In the beginning of the century, there were about one hundred thousand wild tigers. Now there are only about eight thousand tigers left.
THESE TIGERS NEED TO BE SAVED.... OR IN THE NEAR FUTURE THERE WILL be NO TIGERS TO SAVE !!!
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