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Siberian Tiger By : Eileen by Mind Map: Siberian Tiger By : Eileen
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Siberian Tiger By : Eileen

Habitat

Space

range of Siberian Tigers between 7 000-10 000 km2

Water

drinks about 70 gallons or about 250 L per day.

Biome

Forests

Lives in low mountain tops.  Lives near mountain river valleys  Lives pads of pine or oak trees Lives near decidous forests. Lives in areas with low snow coverage.

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Action Plan

Government Plans

Chinese Government made a tiger park to increase populations By the end of 2010, would be 1 or 2 thousand more siberian tigers.

My Plans

Help raise money to provide more for the Tiger Park in China Raise awareness Tiger fundraisers

Status

Endangered

Tigers already extinct on western side of Earth  

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Biology

Weight

Females:100–167 kg (220–370 lb) Males:180-306 kg (400-670 lb)

Height

Females:240–275 cm (94–108 in) Males:270–330 cm (110–130 in)

Reproduction

Siberian Tigers mate around 4 years Takes 3 to 3 1/2 months for the cubs will be born Litter is usually 2 to 3 cubs Litters can be as large as 6.

Life Cycle

about 20 years in the wild about 25 years if in captivity

Physical characteristics

orange and black coat of fur. Summer: Bright & Corase Winter:Dull, soft, & silkier

Threats

Humans

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Genetic

Less males or females which slow down the rate of mating.

Diet

deer elk boar small fish hare rabbit Siberian Tigers eat as much as 60 to 200 kg of meat!

Interesting Facts

Speed

Siberian Tigers can run as fast as 80 km, which is 16 km slower than a cheetah Sibererian tigers can run and walk, as well as climb, jump, crawl, and swim!  Siberian Tigers can leap up to 3 m in one bound(jump)

Sound

You can hear a Siberian Tigers roar 1.6 km away!

Sight

Siberian Tigers can see in the dark 5 times better than humans. They also see in colour!

Markings

Some Siberian Tigers have the Chinese mark wang, which means king.

Teeth

Siberian Tigers have the longest teeth in the cat family in this time.