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Omran 1 Tigers According to LiveScience.com, tigers are the largest felines in the world. Tigers symbolize a couple of things in different cultures. In some it is considered a symbol of strength and courage, and for others it is considered a sign of bravery. Tigers are known to have long tails which can grow up to almost 3.5 feet long. On average tigers grow to be 4.8 to 9.5 feet long and can weigh from 165 up to 716 lbs. A unique thing about the tiger is that its hind legs are longer than those in the front, which allows them to jump powerfully. The color of their coat is determined by the area in which they live. Tigers that have a light color tend to live in the North, and tigers with a darker colored coat tend to live in the South. Not only is the coat different but so are the stripes. The stripes colors can range from a dark brown to a deep black. Their colored coat and black stripes help tigers remain camouflaged in the grass and trees and hide away from predators.
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