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Tiger Feeding Facts (Thanksgiving Edition!)

Tiger Feeding Facts (Thanksgiving Edition!)

Tigers in the wild can eat over 80 pounds of meat in a single sitting. Though they’ll eat anything from an elephant to termites, today we will be seeing how they take on a Thanksgiving turkey. Tigers usually sneak up on their prey from behind, hold it down with their paws, and latch on to the neck until the prey has died. With a bite force of over 1,000 pounds per square inch, twice that of a lion, it doesn’t take much to get through the bone to the juicy meat within. Their tongues, covered in sharp, rear-facing bristles called papillae, help strip fur, feather, and flesh from the prey as the tiger digs into its meal. Join in and help us care for these cats by donating at BigCatRescue.org/Donate EDITED-PC-MGN-DQ

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