Survival Adaptations

Bengal White Tigers
have special adaptations which help them survive the wild, for instance the stripes on the body help them become invisible in the tall grass trees. White tigers have extremely strong jaws and teeth, which is helpful catching their pray plus a strong sense of smell, and their eye sight is rather sharp. Bengal tigers are excellent swimmers. Their coats protect them in the cold and hot weather. Another survival adaption is that they have soft padding on their paws so they can creep silently on their prey. They also scratch their paws on trees so they can sharpen their claws. The Bengal White Tiger have a white stop behind their ear. The white stop helps the baby cubs see their mother since the white spots are visible against a dark background. With out the white spots, the mother tigers would be almost invisible to the blurry-eyed cubs who trail behind them.
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