Tiger in Different Languages: Tigers are the largest big cats. They are largest species in the class Felidae. Its dark vertical stripes on a slightly lighter underside are best recognizable. It is a predator of the Top. It mainly preys on wild boars and ungulates such as goats, deer, pigs etc. It is a solitary but social predator, territorial and generally requiring large sparsely populated areas of habitat to hunt the prey and upbringing needs of its offspring.
How to Say Tiger in 88 Different Languages
|Different Languages||Word Tiger|
|Chinese Simplified||虎 (hǔ)|
|Chinese Traditional||虎 (hǔ)|
Tigers continue living in various habitats from rain forest to dry grassland. Grasslands, mixed grassland forests and deciduous woods sustain the maximum population level rather than heavily canopied woodland, as these areas hold the highest number of prey species. What tiger characteristic fascinates us more than man eating.
There are several reasons why this disability is caused by age or injury, lack of prey, mother’s habit or defenses of cubs or kill. The events of man-eating has become rare with the decrease in the number of tigers.
Tigers prepare to hunt at night. The tiger sprints to a suspect animal with its teeth and its claws, usually drawing it out of its feet. If the prey is large, it catches from its throat to kill it; when the tiger breaks its neck, smaller preys are usually killed. T
igers can eat up to sixty pounds of meat per night, but most frequently eat up to twelve pounds for a meal. It could take days for it to finish the previous kill.
House loss, degradation of habitat and smuggling, which have reduced significantly the tiger population in the wild, pose the main threats to the tiger. Because of habitation loss, just 11% of India’s ancient tiger population survives. Tiger parts were also mentioned as a major threat to tiger populations for use in Chinese traditional medicine.