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Tiger Talk
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The Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 1891, Tejas Council, have been learning many things about endangered species. We are concerned about the dwindling number of tigers. There used to be eight subspecies of tigers. Now, there are only five. We hope this page will help you learn a little bit more about this animal, and that the links will be informative and entertaining.
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Tiger Facts

Provided by Tori
  • Caspian tigers became extinct in the 1970s.
  • A tiger can eat 77 pounts of meat in one night.
  • There are 7,000 tigers in the wild left in Asia today.
Provided by Katie Submitted by Olivia
Endangered Species
Were you previously aware of the tiger's status as an endangered species?

Yes, and I would like to know more.
Yes, but I don't really care.
No, but I would like to know more.
No, and I don't care

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