Panthera tigris altaica- Wonder №1 Komsomolsk-na-Amure Sch.1 Form 8 Vasiliev Dmitry/ Lepeshkin Timophey The teacher - Nekrasova T.M. Save the Amur Tiger

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  • Panthera tigris altaica- Wonder 1 Komsomolsk-na-Amure Sch.1 Form 8 Vasiliev Dmitry/ Lepeshkin Timophey The teacher - Nekrasova T.M. Save the Amur Tiger Project 2008-2009
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  • To the 70-th anniversary of Khabarovsk Krai 7 Wonders 28/11/2008 7 WONDERS (the results of voting) 1.THE AMUR TIGER (3880 votes) 2.DUSSE ALIN PLATO (1755 votes) 3.SHANTAR ISLANDS (1630 votes) 4.THE LAKE AMUT (1561 votes) 5.THE BRIDGE OVER THE AMUR RIVER (1112 votes) 6.LOTUS-THE FLOWER (1044 votes) 7.PETROGLYPHS OF SICACHI ALIAN (962 votes) The Amur tiger tops the list of contestants of the Seven Wonders of Khabarovsk territory contest. The Amur tiger became one of the seven wonders of Khabarovsk Territory
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  • If you want to know What the tigers habitat is If it can swim If people can be friends with tigers What it looks like Which species do not exist. If people can save the tigers and much more about tigers.. Watch our Project!
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  • To Live or not to Live? Among the 8 species only 5 are alive Bali Tiger, Yava Tiger and Turan do not exist any more There are only 334-417 adult individuals and 97-112 cubs inhabiting the Russian Far East / statistic data of 2003 NATURE WITHOUT BORDERS. Alexander Kulikov, Candidate of Biology. Magazine Far East. Issue 3. p.2-8/ Lets think about it together Living speciesDo not exist Amur (Siberia, Ussury) Tiger Indian ( Bengaly) Tiger Indochina Tiger Southchina Tiger Sumatra Tiger Turan ( Kaspyisky)Tiger Yava Tiger Bali Tiger
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  • Amur Tiger is The largest of the five tiger species left roaming the planet. It is a rare predator threatened with extinction. It is the biggest and one of the most furious cats. Its an animal included into the Russian Federation Red Lists of Threatened Species. It is the most beautiful alive animal living in the taiga of the Russian Far East.
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  • The area of sites of dwelling of tigers: Males - 600-800 km / Females to 300-500 km. Tigers are very conservative. They often use the same tracks.
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  • Kids are helpless. The kids weight is less than a kilo, but it grows quickly. It starts eating meat at two- months old, but the tigress gives it milk for about half a year. The tiger does not take any participation in education of children. Females bring brooding not less often, than alternate years, starting to participate in reproduction from 2-4 years. Pregnancy lasts 95-107 days, on the average 103 days. In a dung usually 1-4 baby-tigers more often 2-3are born. Reproduction of the Amure Tiger
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  • Do white tigers live in the Far East? White tigers live in the Far East as well as in India and China. Its a rare specie a real wonder of nature. White tigers have brown stripes and crystal blue eyes, and some specimens in captivity have no stripes at all.
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  • What does it look like? The largest of all the living cats, the tiger has got a unique reddish - orange coat with black stripes. Stripe patterns differ among individuals. The dark lines are symmetrical, but the marks on the sides of the face and body can be different. In summer the coloring is brighter, and in winter the fur becomes long and shaggy. The tigers body is lengthened, the head is round, the legs are not long and the tail is contrary long
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  • Size and Weight B ody length with head and with tail - 3 meters (9.8 feet). Adult female weights - 130 kg (290 pounds) Adult male - 190 kg -300 (420-770 pounds). A newborn cubs weight - 1kg (2 pounds) 3 months cub - 10 kg (22 pounds). 3 yearsold cubs weight -over 100 kg (220 pounds).
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  • Do you know that the size of a tiger is judged by its step /70-80 sm/
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  • Soft pads allow tigers to sneak silently upon its prey Long (up to 10 cm (4 inches)) sharp claws serve to capture the pray. Pads and Claws
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  • Where does it live? Once Amur tigers lived from Lake Baikal to northern China. Now, some 200-400 animals live along the Amur River in the national parks of the Far East of Russia. The tiger inhabits the Sikhote-Alin mountain chain along the southwestern and northwestern borderlines with China. The Amur tiger habitat area makes up 123,000 km2. The typical for the Amur tiger habitat is a mixed cedar-broad-leaved forest, covering mountain slopes and hills.
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  • Can the tiger swim? Unlike domestic animals tigers like to swim
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  • What do they eat? The basic food is a wild boar and a roe deer or a spotted deer, siberian stag and even dogs. The tiger can cover 40-60 km per day. It needs a big area to survive. The tiger insistently moves around the selected area making the tracking paths, hiding before jumping and attacking the victim. With its large, up to 7.5 cm - long (3 inches) the tiger snaps at its prey and kills it. Tigers, as well as other cats, do not chew the meat, but divide it into pieces with the help of molars and then swallow.
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  • In sanctuaries tigers live more than 26 years, as compared to 15 in the wild. Tigers only live 10-12 years in zoos. In sanctuaries tigers live more than 26 years, as compared to 15 in the wild. Tigers only live 10-12 years in zoos.zoos They will survive if they are not captured for their skin, bones, claws. They will survive if they are not captured for their skin, bones, claws. How long do tigers live..
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  • Tigers have always been popular in myths, although they paid very high price for that. Tibetan Medicine used almost every part of their body - bones, teeth, lips, claws, mustaches to produce 'magical drugs'. For centuries tigers have been hunted and there are n tigers left in China now.
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  • Poaching, human caused destruction of tiger habitat, a decline in the number of ungulates that are the predator's primary prey, these are the factors that today threaten the survival of the tiger in the wild. Fighting for survival
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  • We should know that. IIIIn Russia's Red Book of Endangered Species, the Amur tiger is attributed to Category I as a rare, decreasing in numbers subspecies, which is placed under the threat of extinction. HHHHunting for tigers is prohibited since 1947.
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  • Nowadays, lots of green organizations decided to cooperate. They are raising money, fighting poaching, catching cubs for zoos and parks. The results are promising - many zoos around the world have beautiful mur Tigers descended from the little cubs caught in the Far East of Russia.
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  • WWF's first project in the south of the Russian Far East was the Protection of the Amur Tiger and its Habitats. The project organized and supported anti-poaching activities. WWF supported field team called Tiger that was staffed by members of the Primorskii Krai Committee on Ecology. WWF also supported anti-poaching teams in the Lazo and Sikhote-Alin Zapovedniks, protected landscapes that are key to the tiger's survival. The program to protect this rare and endangered wild animal has been a WWF-Russia priority since 1994. Local projects
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  • Resources: Fighting for Tigers http://www.bornfreeusa.org/ Donate to Save The Tiger Fund EIATigers Campaign: What Can I Do? Big Cat Rescue http://vostokmedia.com/palm.php We hope that we contributed to your knowledge about tigers and your understanding of the problem Lepeshkin Timophey and Vasiliev Dmitrey under the guidness of Nekrasova Tatyana Mikhilovna school 1 Komsomolsk-na-Amure 2009