introduction
Animal: Tiger

why this animal?
I chose the tiger because they have big feet and they could kill someone or something because of their very sharp claws. Their sharp teeth and claws could tear up something like leaves, other animals, or anything in their away. If the other animal is starting a fight this tiger, it will fight for it self back and that animal trying to attack the tiger is gonna be in big trouble and the tiger will kill it. If a person comes at the tiger, it will run from that person. The reason why i want to learn about this tiger is because they could eat more. if i was a zoologist i would help the tiger if he was injured and make him feel alot better then he was feeling. If he was sick i would give him medisin.

Food Web:
Kalei's_tiger_foodweb.JPG


Location:
Research Location:
My tiger could live in the forest in Turkey where there are trees and the prey that they eat. The weather in the forest gets really hot or really cold. Sometimes it rains some but not a lot. The tiger doesn’t get water as much as if they were in an open spot or in the wild. If they were in the wild they would get more water than some people have or had expected in. some tigers live in the zoo were they get fed and watered than they do in the wild or the open. If they live in the wilderness it’s really possible that they could die then some other animal could get its food from the tiger. If the tiger lives in a zoo the zoologist would take care of the tiger by feeding or watering the tiger that needs it. If the tiger is in the wilderness it’s possible that another animal that doesn’t like the tiger that animal might come after it and attack the tiger from that animal being really hungry. If in the wilderness a person might come hunting for the tiger for food but if a person tried to do that the tiger might get away and the person might or might not and get the tiger for his or her food.
Plants:
1. American beech
2. Carpet moss
3. Common lime
4. Guelder rose
Animals:
1. American Bald Eagle
2. American black bear
3. Coyote
4. Duckbill platypus.
Climate:
The latitude ranges around 23 north to 38 south the mid summers averaging about 70. The deciduous forest is located by the ocean.

Wildlife Monitoring Technique




Observation Journal:


Day 2
So far what I have learned is that tiger go from being small too big. When they start out being small they aren’t as mean as they are when they are mean to. Tigers are mean to people and other tigers. As a zoologist if they where mean I would train them not to be so mean and to make sure they don’t hurt anyone or any other tigers. If that doesn’t work I would call the animal place that takes or trains them to behave. If that helped I would have him bring him back to the zoo and I would take better care of him and feed and water him so that he doesn’t die and so he’s really healthy. If he wasn’t healthy that would be a bad sign and some people probably wouldn’t want to see him because he’s huge and people would complain that he’s not healthy and that it would be better for him if he was healthy. Its stripes helps the tigers hide in the tall grass. Its teeth and claws help catch its prey.
Day 3
How my tiger gets its food , water, and shelter is what my animal need to surive in the wild. If they didn’t eat drink and ls in a shelter they wouold die from those things. If tigers didn’t surive people that eat tigers they wouldn’t have the tiger food to eat.If people didn’t eat they would miss their meat and the people need to eat their tiger meat. If the tigers lived in a zoo the zoololgist would give them food, water and shelter so that they will surive the cold or the really hot weather. If it was to hot they would need really could water to drink so that they could surive the cold or hot. If they had no water in the hot days that would not be good and they would die. If they didn’t have the amount of water needed the zoologist would have to give them the amount of water that they need. If they didn’t have the amount of food the zoologist would do the same with the water so that they surive. The people at the zoo would like to see the tigers alive.
Day 4
The things a tiger would do in the wild is run and try to get its prey. What they do is try and run in the wild and try to find water and food. How they try to catch is they use their claws. When they use their claw’s they claw their prey. When they get thursty they find a water hole to drink out of.
Day 5
So the relationships are the tiger get’s shelter from the tree’s so that he dosent die from storms. The tiger also eats other animals when its hungry. If he dosent eat he might not surive . When he gets sick the vet will need to give medicine to make him all better if hes in the zoo . if he needs its shots the vet will do that to.

Researcher Profile
My researcher Is Emma Stokes and she is in Congo. She is researching the tiger. Why I found her is because I’m doing the tiger and the information that she has on there is a good thing because some of the information that she has is almost the same that I almost have. Gorilla’s and tigers are not the same because of their height. Tigers and gorilla’s have the same attitude.

Using the Research
The limiting factors of a tiger dieing is the tree's in the wilderness are being cut down and thats the why the tigers are dieing. How the tiger gets his shelter so he dosent die or doesnt get cold. If they cut down the tree's they wouldnt have any food. the population might be ruined and not as be alive.


Bibliography
Dacres, K. 2007. "Panthera tigris" (On-line), Animal Diversity Web. Accessed February 24, 2012 at http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/information/Panthera_tigris.html

http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/world_biomes.htm