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With their bold black stripes, powerful presence, and fierce faces, tigers are just about the coolest animal on the planet. These giant jungle cats can climb trees, swim, and run in sprints up to 32 mph—making them a predatory nightmare. Ranging from the warm climates of Southeast Asia to the frozen tundra of western Russia, these solitary hunters will devour whatever animal they catch. In this level 2 reader you'll learn all you ever wanted to know about tigers and so much more. Complete with fascinating facts, beautiful images, National Geographic Readers Tigers can't miss.

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Paperback, 32 pages
Published on January 10, 2012 by National Geographic Children's Books
ISBN-10: 1426309112
ISBN-13: 9781426309113
2 Book Reviews
  • kamya
    kamyaSaturday, June 4, 2016 at 10:07 am44 stars
    The tiger is indeed a mammal, and it's a large one. This member of the cat family is one of the most recognizable animals on the planet, both for its distinctive striped fur and its intimidating size. Tigers originate in Asia are seen all over the world in zoos, but their population is endangered.
    • tim_w21
      tim_w21Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 6:02 am55 stars
      Title:National Geographic Readers: Tigers Author:Laura Marsh Through this book I learn tigers are able to live in both hot place and cold places, such as Indonesia, and Russia. Most of the tigers live in the forest, they also spend a lot of time in the water. Their favorite foods are buffalo, deer, and wild pig. The Tigers’ important traits are the coat, teeth, eyes, paws, tail, and back legs. I learn many things in this book, so I hope you can go to see this book.