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Did You Know that Skin of a Tiger is Unique as Human Thumb Print You will not Find 2nd Tigers in the World With Identical Stripes

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  1. The tiger is the largest wild cat in the world. The big cat weighs up to 720 pounds (363 kilograms), stretches 6 feet (2 meters) long.
  2. Tigers use their tails to communicate with one another. A tiger is relaxed if their tail is loosely hanging. Aggression is displayed by rapidly moving the tail from side to side or by holding it low with occasional intense twitches.
  3. The life span of tigers in the wild is thought to be about 10 years. Tigers in zoos live twice as long.
  4. Tigers have striped skin not just striped fur.
  5. The stripes are like fingerprints and no two tigers have the same pattern. 
  6. Tigers wait until dark to hunt. Due to a retinal adaptation that reflects light back to the retina, the night vision of tigers is six times better than that of humans.
  7. It may take days for a tiger to finish eating its kill. Tigers have been known to eat up to 60 pounds (27 kilograms) of meat in one night, but more often they consume about 12 pounds (5 kilograms) during a meal.
  8. Tiger cubs become independent around 18 months of age, but it is not until they are around 2–2.5 years old that they leave their mother. 
  9. Adult males and females both communicate to one another by marking their territories. An adult tiger will usually define the boundary of its territory by spraying urine because of the strong odor associated with it can last up to 40 days but they may also use feces for marking.
  10. The life span of tigers in the wild is thought to be about 10 years. Tigers in zoos live twice as long.

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