The communication of Bengal Tiger

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The communication of Bengal Tiger. Description . Type Size Weight Where they live Other information. Tigers use variety of vocalizations to communicate with one another . Moaning vocalization Chuffing vocalization. Tigers use their tails to communicate with each other. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>The communication of Tiger</p> <p>The communication of Bengal Tiger</p> <p>Description TypeSizeWeightWhere they liveOther information</p> <p>Bengal are also called Royal Bengal Tiger. Today there are only about 3000-4800 Bengal Tigers exist in the wild. This animal only found in Asia including Bangladesh and India. The males weight 180-258 Kg (397-569Lb) and females weight 100-160Kg (221-353Lb). 2Tigers use variety of vocalizations to communicate with one another </p> <p>Moaning vocalization</p> <p>Chuffing vocalizationMoaning vocalization are described as subdued roar while tigers are calmly walking with their paws. And chuffing are friendly vocalizations. That is soft sound. These vocalizations are used to greeting each other. 3Tigers roar when they feel hungry</p> <p>Roaring is produced in a variety of situation such as taking down large prey.Roaring to call other tiger there is food.4Tigers use their tails to communicate with each other</p> <p>Tigers are relaxed if their tails are loosely hanging.Aggression is displayed by rapidly moving the tail from side to side or by holding it low with occasional intense twitches.5Tigers are excellent swimmers</p> <p>And capable of traveling lakes and rivers.6</p>