International Tiger Day or Global Tiger Day
International Tiger Day or Global Tiger Day is held on July 29. This event in the third decade of the month July is annual. Help us
Tigers are the largest wild cats in the world. They're bigger, stronger, and heavier than all other cats (including lions). Moreover, tigers have an infallible memory, as their short-term memory lasts about thirty times longer than ours, and their recollection is made up of much more powerful brain synapses, which means that these felines do not forget as easily as humans. They are carnivores, eating only meat. A tiger's roar can be heard as far as three kilometres away. However, thanks to humans, tigers are now endangered.
India is the country with the largest number of wild tigers.
The tiger is angry as he is trapped in the cage instead of roaming in the wild. As he is trapped in the cage, he cannot express his anger with ferociousness. Thus, he is forced to express his rage quietly.
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