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Tigers - Super Predators

TJ Rob

Publisher: TJ Rob

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Summary

What animal is orange and has black stripes? Full marks if the first animal you thought of was — a Tiger! 
Do you know that Tigers are bigger than Lions? Tigers are the biggest cats on Earth. 
Did you know that there are 6 different types of Tigers? Or that Tigers come in 4 different colors too? Did you know that unlike many other Cats Tigers love swimming and spending time in water? 
This book answers all kinds of questions you may have about these majestic creatures. 
Questions like… Where do you find Tigers in the wild today? Does a Tiger roar? Why do Tigers have stripes? What do Tigers like to eat? How much do they sleep? What is a group of Tigers called? And many more… 
Let’s explore the world of these amazing top predators. This book is filled with color images and interesting facts about Tigers. Perfect for animal loving readers from age 6 through to 100… 
TJ Rob — www.TJRob.com 
For extra content, please visit www.TJRob.com 
Book Contents: 
1. What are Tigers? 
2. The Origin of Tigers? 
3. How many types of Tigers are there? 
4. Where do wild Tigers live today? 
5. Endangered Species 
6. How big is a Tiger? 
7. Tiger Stripes 
8. Why do Tigers have stripes? 
9. Tiger fur 
10. Tiger fur color 
11. Tiger skin 
12. Hunting 
14. What do Tigers like to eat? 
15. How do Tigers hunt? 
16. Do Tigers roar? 
17. Other sounds that Tigers make 
18. How long do Tigers live? 
19. 7 Cool Tiger Facts 
20. Giant Claws 
21. Huge Teeth 
22. Tiger Cubs 
23. Do Tigers swim? 
24. How much do Tigers sleep? 
25. How have Tigers adapted to their environment? 
26. Tiger territories 
27. Tigers keep very clean 
28. 7 More Cool Tiger Facts 
29. Threats to Tigers 
30. Please leave a review / OTHER books by TJ Rob

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