do tigers bite?
Tigers can bite through bones with their powerful teeth and jaws. They will break the neck vertebrae of prey simply by biting straight through them
why we cant pet them?
Although tiger cubs are small and cute they will quickly grow up to be hundreds of pounds with several inch long canine teeth and claws that you'd rather not get scratched by. You cannot declaw a tiger like you would a house cat (since they use their claws to walk on) and removing their large teeth is not only in-humane but it prevents them from tearing apart their food.
Where do they live?
(rainforests); they prefer more open habitats; and, 2) Even if lions did live in rain forests, tigers—which do live in jungles—are larger and stronger. Not that the two species would stand a chance of meeting even then, since tigers live only in Asia, and lions are almost exclusively an African animal .
What color are tiger?
some tigers are white, while the majority of them are orange.
What do they eat
Tigers, regardless of their subspecies, are carnivorous animals. This means that they eat meat.
Do they have sharp teeth?
Tigers can bite through bones with their powerful teeth and jaws. They will break the neck vertebrae of prey simply by biting straight through.
Are there male tigers?
Yes. An average male Bengal tigers weigh around 420 pounds.
They are so big.
They are so cute.