Indochinese Tiger Diet
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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.
Suggested Web Resources
- 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.
- 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.