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Illustration by Natalya Zahn


Tigers are the largest members of the cat family. Most are light orange with black stripes—and no two tigers have the same pattern of stripes! The tiger’s skull (lower left) holds sharp teeth, the better to eat large prey such as deer, wild cattle, and wild pigs. The tiger’s ferocious roar (lower right) can be heard as far as two miles (three kilometers) away.

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