tiger by omar crews

The tiger runs at a total speed of 30-40 mph

When they hunt they pounce on their victim, using their strong hind legs to support the struggle with the prey and their front legs to pull the victim to the ground.

How do tigers adapt to their environment Tigers adapt to their environment by evolving camouflaged fur, stealthy hunting habits and very large size. Because they are only successful at about one out of 20 hunts, tigers consume very large prey to ensure they get enough food to eat. While wild tiger

tigers live in swamps, grasslands and rain forests

what body features helps tigers survive.To survive, tigers need a sufficiently large space, plenty of cover, availability of prey and access to water. These environmental features enable the tiger's predatory lifestyle. Human activity

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