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Tiger Drawing Lesson

Tigers are the biggest cats in the world. The Siberian tiger is the biggest kind (species) weighing up to 800 pounds and up to 12 feet long. They have golden, orange fur with black striping and sensitive whiskers. Their claws are only out when in use (retractable). They have huge, powerful jaws for crushing prey. They are adapted for leaping onto prey with large back legs and a long tail for balance.

Tiger Drawing Lesson

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