Sumatran Tigers

By: Leo & Evan

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Notes: Physical Description


What does this animal look like? Be sure to name unique characterstics of your animal!

  • have guard hairs to protect them, black stripe on skin not fur

Does your animal always look the same, or does its appearance ever change? (From baby to adult? From season to season?)

  • they have fluffier fur when they are cubs

Does your animal's appearance protect it in any way?

  • not much but look fierce

Notes: Habitat


Where does your animal live?

  • Island of Sumatra



What is that place like? (Forest, desert, water, weather?)

  • hot and tropical


Is that place always the same? Does it ever change? How?

  • it does not change


Notes: Food Chain


What does your animal's food chain look like?
  • sumatra tigers eat cattle, acttle eat grass, grass eat water, water eat moistness,moistness eat air,
  • tigers eat pigs, pigs eat plants eat water,water eat moistness, moistness eat air
  • plants also eat dirt. dirt eats nutrients

Does your animal prey on any other animals? If so, name them!

  • wild cattle
  • pigs

Does your animal have any predators? If so, name them!

  • no


Notes: Life Cycle


How does your animal's life cycle begin? As a baby? An egg?

  • baby stays with mother for 2 years then leaves its mother
lion cub outside
lion cub outside

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What changes does your animal go through to become an adult?

  • baby stays with mother for 2 years then leaves its mother
  • lion cub outside
    lion cub outside
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I Wonder Questions (and answers)

  • how long can it be?
  • 5-7 feet.(Evan)
  • Are the stripes on a tiger its skin or fur?
  • the skin.(Leo)
  • How long can the tail be?
  • 2-2 1/2 ft. long?(Evan)
  • How much can it wiegh up to?
  • 700 LB (Leo). questiontypes.pdf



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