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Transcript of THE TIGER
Tigers may consume up to 40 kg of meat at one time.
In the past, tigers were found throughout Asia, from the Caucasus and the Caspian Sea to Siberia and the Indonesian islands of Java,Bali Sumatra. Fossil remains indicate tigers were also present in Borneo and Palawan in the Philippines during the late Pleistocene and Holocene.
The Diet of a probably not fat Tiger
Tigers eat a variety of prey ranging in size from termites to elephant calves. However, an integral component of their diet are large-bodied prey weighing about 20 kg or larger such as moose, deer species, pigs, cows, horses, Buffalos and goats. Occasionally they may consume tapirs, elephant and rhinoceros calves, bear species, leopards and Asiatic wild dogs.
Tigers mainly rely on their sense of sight and hearing rather than on smell when hunting prey
They cautiously stalk their prey from the rear in attempt to get as close as possible to their unsuspecting prey.
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