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Tiger short story

                                                                                  Tiger short story

Tigers are the largest of the world's cats. They are also the main predators of smaller animals in their habitat. They have large teeth and sharp claws that they use to kill their prey, which can include deer, monkeys, small elephants, and other tigers.

Tigers have short tails, powerful legs, and strong shoulders that allow them to run at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 kilometers per hour). Their coats are marked with dark stripes on a lighter background color. This pattern helps hide them from prey as they stalk through tall grasses or forests. Tigers live mostly solitary lives except for mothers with cubs or mating pairs.

The tiger is one of the five species that make up the genus Panthera, along with lions, leopards, and jaguars. All cats belong to this genus; however, it does not include domestic cats or their wild ancestors such as pumas (also known as mountain lions) or cheetahs (also known as hunting leopards).

Tigers are the largest of all the cats. There are six species of tiger in the world. They live in Asia, Africa, and South America.

Tigers are very strong animals that use their teeth and claws to catch and kill their prey. They can run very fast and leap over 6 meters (20 feet) from a standing start!

Tigers have thick fur that keeps them warm. It also has stripes that help them see each other when they are hunting or fighting with other tigers.

Tigers have poor eyesight but excellent hearing and smell! They hunt at night when it is cooler, or during the day when it is hot. They eat meat, fish, insects, and birds - anything they can catch!

There are a lot of stories about tigers. Some of them are true and some of them are not. Here are some true tiger stories that you may like to read.

The Tiger and the Brahmin's Wife

One day, a Brahmin saw a tiger coming toward him. He ran away as fast as he could but he couldn't escape from the tiger. The tiger caught him and tore his body into pieces. When the Brahmin was dying, he said to the tiger, "O great king! You have killed me but please let me go back home to take my wife with me." The tiger allowed him to go home for one hour only.

The Brahmin went home quickly and told his wife what had happened to him. His wife said, "O husband! I am so afraid of this wild beast that I cannot leave this house alone." Then she put on her clothes and went out with him carrying some food for offering to the tiger. They reached the place where the dead body lay torn into pieces by the claws of the tiger. There were two tigers there – one who had killed and another who was guarding the dead body against other animals which might come there for eating it up themselves or else steal it.

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