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Behavioural aspects of tigers kept in captivity Lambros Petrou and Stavroula Mylona 1.0 – Introduction: This research area has investigated the effect of captivity on behavioural aspects of the Siberian Tiger subspecies, Panthera tigris altaica.
Conservation efforts that emphasize increased protection for large felids like tigers have failed or are failing across all of Asia. Simply put, tigers are disappearing in the wild.
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Tigers: Extinction or Management? The case for genetic management in a secured, self contained preserve could not be stronger. The alternative could well mean the extinction of the species.
September, 2010 Vol. 2, Issue 1 Frozen Ropes Tigers 2011 Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser a Huge Success Vol2, Issue1 On Sunday, September 19 th, the Frozen Ropes Tigers held their annual Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser event at St. John VianneyChurch.
LESSON PLAN Geog uide Overview Geography lies at the heart of the tiger's survival in the wild. Understanding the relationship of tigers to their habitat and to the people who share those lands is crucial if tigers are to be preserved in the wild.
His success in coaching high school football and references to the Massillon Tigers as he continued his successful career brought national attention to this enthusiastic community in northeast Ohio.
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Tigers' Quest 41 Chapter 2: The White Tiger THE DEER WALKED along the sun-baked path looking for anything edible, even a blade of grass or the stem of a flower, but saw nothing.