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Giant pand

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jayden nicholson

on 17 February 2017

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Transcript of Giant pand

south china tiger
by jayden
scientific name
panthera tigris amoyensis
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color and size
special features
what area of the world does it live in
south china tiger adapt to their environment by evolving camouflaged fur slealthy hunting habits and very large size of hunting .
a male is 330 pounds and a female weigh is 240 pounds. hite female 7.5 feet males are 8 feet tall color of it is orange,black, and white.
the south china tiger lives in the rugged moutain´s in china.
the feature of my animal is that it has a very very vibrant orange
eating habits
it eats deer cattle and wild boar it typically food is deer.
food supply is it endangered
none of my animal ´s foods are endangered or scare, or unpredictable
how does your animal protect itself .
tigers primarily defend them selves with their claws large teeth and powerful forelimbs that alow them to hold other animals dowm the fur of the tiger also acts as camouflage in vegtation alowing them to avoid detection .
life span
my animal lives for 15 yeas . and it has live births . my animal gets hunted .
heath risk factors diseases and other heath factors your animal is susceptible to
-feline aids/ fiv- Distemper
-Feline leukemia virus
-tick bite fever
the rugged mountains
the answer to this question is
criticalfor future consevation of endangered animals that are extinct in the wild but have surviving population in zoos and reserves

regeneration - all about babies
has three babies at one time has a baby every 16 weeks what harms the baby´s are buffalo bears and elephants the mom mostly raises the cubs at 2 years of age the cud leaves home.
the sout china tiger population was estimated to the number 4,000 individuals in the early 1950s . in the next fewdecades thousands were killed as the sudspecies was hunted as a pest the chinese goverment banned hunting in 1979. by 1996 the population was estimated to be just 30-40 Individuals. it became endangered in 1905

environmental Importance
today south china tigers are found in zoos and in south africa where there are plans to rein troduce captive bred tigrs back into the wild.
30-80 Individuals
population is grow by 3,200
to 3,890
how does your animal communicate
tigers communicate using vocal sounds body language and markings on trees

they may aren their back and put out the claws when they feel threatened or ready to fight
protection measures by humans
the south china tiger are being moved to other areas of captivity
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