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Tigers on the Brink
such as banteng and juvenile gaur comprise the majority of Indochinese tiger's diet.
White Bengal Tiger Facts.indd
Tigers prefer to be in shadows and seldom go into open country. Diet: Bengal Tigers are carnivorous.
Tiger (Panthera tigris)divided into nine subspecies ranged widely
Compare to other tiger subspecies; Amur has the palest color with brown stripes instead of black.
AZA - Tiger Species Survival Plan
South China tiger and Bengal tiger, are not included in the SSP. Tiger subspecies are Diet: Tigers in general hunt and eat wild deer, cattle and pigs.
Newsletter 3edit EN
tiger habitat, so using non- disposable chopsticks is to reduce the waste and to protect the forests and habitat of Siberian tigers.

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Indochinese Tiger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sambar deer, wild pigs, serow, and large bovids such as banteng and juvenile gaur comprise the majority of Indochinese tiger's diet.
Malayan Tiger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sumatran Tiger
These tigers are called Siberian, South China, Indochinese, Bengal, and Diet: Wild Sumatran tigers can eat as much as 40 pounds of meat at one time.

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