Tiger Coloring Pages

Today you can get free tiger coloring pages here. The Tiger in the drawing doesn’t look very mean. Color his stripes black. His body is orange, lighter in the middle of the back and under the belly. 

The Tiger is easily recognizable thanks to its red fur with black stripes. The Tiger is the giant wild cat and one of the largest carnivores on earth. 

Free Tiger Coloring Pages

Tiger Coloring Pages For Kids
Tiger Coloring Pages For Kids
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Tiger Coloring Pages For Preschool
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Free Printable Tiger Coloring Pages
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Free Tiger Coloring Pages For Adults
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Lisa Frank Tiger Coloring Pages
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Realistic Tiger Coloring Pages
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Snow Tiger Coloring Pages

Tiger Characteristics

Tigers are the most significant and most muscular felines in the world. The largest is the Siberian Tiger, which can reach 3 m and weigh 300 kg. That’s as much as three people.

The Tiger’s size and strength help it hunt the most important prey, such as deer and livestock. Naturalists observed a tiger dragging an ox, which 13 men could not move, over a considerable distance.

The pattern of the Tiger’s fur provides it with good camouflage in streaked light and shadow. So the Tiger can get very close to the prey before catching it with sharp teeth and claws.

Tigers have a highly developed sense of sight and hearing. They hunt at night and can see six times more than humans when the light is dim.

 

Their eyes glow in the dark because they reflect the light that shines into them, no matter how little. Touch-sensitive whiskers also help them find their way in the night.

The vast, pointed fangs grab the prey and deliver the killing bite. Sharp molars help cut the food. The rough tongue allows the Tiger to lick off almost all the meat, leaving only the skin and bones.

The Tiger’s skeleton is strong and flexible. The large shoulder blade has plenty of room for powerful shoulder muscles.

The deep rib cage protects the Tiger’s heart and large lungs. The bones of the hind legs are noticeably longer than the bones of the front legs.

 

Silence and stealth in ambushing prey are the Tiger’s primary hunting skills. It kills prey by biting the back of the victim’s neck with its powerful jaw to sever the marrow or throat and suffocate the animal.

If it kills the prey in the open, the Tiger usually uses its enormous strength to drag the prey into dense vegetation to eat it.

Where Do Tigers Live?

The Tiger’s geographic distribution and habitat are pretty varied. It can be found in the wild in India, Manchuria, Indonesia, China, Bangladesh, Sumatra, Bhutan, Java, Nepal, Burma, Malaysia, and Russian Siberia.

The vast majority of tigers live in jungles, grasslands, mangroves, warm grasslands, forests, swamps, and jungles.

In these habitats, the black stripes on the Tiger’s fur break its body line, creating a camouflage effect that it uses when hunting its prey. Tigers also exist in Siberia, where they roam in cold and snowy places.

We must highlight the Bengal tiger, which is the most common subspecies and constitutes about 80% of the species’ total population.

The Bengal tiger is found in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, and Nepal. The habitat of the Bengal tiger includes forests, grassy plains, and swampy areas.

The Tiger is an endangered species, with fewer than 5,000 tigers remaining in the wild. Currently, most of the world’s tigers live in captivity.

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