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World Book: Tiger
Tiger is the largest member of the cat family.
CITATION: Frank, Elizabeth S. "Tiger." World Book Student. World Book, 2015. Web. 2 Dec. 2015.
The Tiger by
Call Number: 599.75 LEV
Discusses the various species of tigers and their behavior and examines how they have become endangered through habitat loss, hunting, research, and captivity.
CITATION: Levine, Stuart P. The tiger. San Diego, Calif.: Lucent Books, 1999. Print.
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Websites and videos
A-Z Animals.com: Tiger
A tiger can weigh over 600 pounds, making it the largest and most powerful feline in the world. Understand what the life of a tiger is like from information you will find at the A-Z Animals web site. Learn about the six different subspecies of tigers, where they are found and why they are so successful at catching their prey. Discover why the tiger's conservation species is endangered and see why a tiger requires a large area of habitat. Several different photos of tigers are shared and a box contains various facts.
CITATION: Tiger. n.d. Web. 2 December 2015. http://a-z-animals.com/animals/tiger/.
Video: Animal World: Tigers
Learning about animals is fun with your favorite Disney characters! Take a journey with them to India, Southeast Asia and Siberia to learn all about tigers. Along the way, you'll find out cool facts, like what tigers' stripes are for and what their spit can do. But pay attention, because you'll need to be ready for Quiz Time! 15 min 9 sec
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CITATION: Tigers. Disney Educational Productions, 2003. Film.