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Tigers

By: Sally Morgan(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Tigers
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About this book

Tigers are one of the planets most popular animals and they are also are incredibly dangerous and wild. Tigers looks at their habitat, how they hunt and what makes them such fearsome predators. Striking photographs and amazing facts make these creatures leap off the page! Part of the series Amazing Animals which takes a close-up look at some of the worlds most amazing animals including Alligators and Corcodiles, Bears and Sharks.

Contents

- King Of The Cats
- Powerful Hunters
- Tiger Territory
- The Bengal Tiger: Case Study
- Tiger Food
- Night Hunters
- Living Alone
- The Siberian Tiger: Case Study
- Tiger Talk
- Tiger Cubs
- Man-Eating Tigers: Case Study
- Tigers Under Threat
- Facts And Records

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Biography

Sally Morgan is an environmental biologist, and chief examiner for A-level biology for a major examining board. She is an experienced author of books for young children. She has been a science teacher and is now a professional photographer and writer.

By: Sally Morgan(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
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