Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia
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Biological sciences - Interactions between organisms can be described in terms of food chains and food webs; human activity can affect these interactions (ACSSU112)
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Tigers in Crisis – Information About Earth's Endangered Tigers and the Efforts to Save Them

Tigers in Crisis – Information About Earth's Endangered Tigers and the Efforts to Save Them | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
Information About Earth's Endangered Tigers and the Efforts to Save Them
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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines.
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Technology to the Frontline of Tiger Conservation - YouTube

What goes into conserving India's national animal? We take you deep into the BRT Tiger reserve of Karnataka to find out. Breath taking landscapes, remote ant...
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Great Cat Exhibit - National Zoo - Live Lion Camera

Great Cat Exhibit - National Zoo - Live Lion Camera | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
The Great Cats exhibit on Lion/Tiger Hill features Sumatran tigers and African lions—living, breathing, roaring great cats.
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Species Brief: The Tiger (Panthera tigris)

Species Brief: The Tiger (Panthera tigris) | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
Sanctuary Asia, India's leading wildlife and conservation magazine since 1981, is committed to communicating the rationale for wilderness protection and inspiring urban Indians to defend their disappearing natural heritage.
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Sumatran Tiger | Species | WWF

Sumatran Tiger | Species | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
Today, the last of Indonesia’s tigers—now less than 400—are holding on for survival in the remaining patches of forests on the island of Sumatra.
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Bengal Tiger | Species | WWF

Bengal Tiger | Species | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
The Bengal tiger is found primarily in India with smaller populations in Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Myanmar. It is the most numerous of all tiger subspecies with fewer than 2,500 left in the wild.
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South China Tiger | Species | WWF

South China Tiger | Species | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
The South China tiger population was estimated to number 4,000 individuals in the early 1950s. In the next few decades, thousands were killed as the subspecies was hunted as a pest. The Chinese government banned hunting in 1979.
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Publications | WWF

Publications | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
Explore publications that support WWF's science-based approach to conservation.
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The Australian Curriculum v5.2 Science Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows

"investigating the effect of human activity on local habitats, such as deforestation, agriculture or the introduction of new species"

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Tiger conservation breeding | Natural History Museum - YouTube

The future of the tiger is hanging by a thread. Their populations and habitat have halved in the past 20 years and less than 5,000 wild tigers survive. Sarah...
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Last Chance for the Wild Tiger? - YouTube

Wild tigers face a number of threats, including poaching and habitat loss. Help WWF double the wild tiger population by 2022. Visit www.worldwildlife.org/tig...
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Tiger Conservation Campaign Video - YouTube

Wild tigers are in trouble and need our help! Find out more and learn what you can do by watching this video from the Tiger Conservation Campaign. Coordinate...
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Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors - Asian Conservation - Tiger Conservation

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors - Asian Conservation - Tiger Conservation | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
The tiger is one of the most critically endangered animals in the world.  Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors are involved in vital tiger conservation programs in three key areas of tiger habitat across Asia.
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Amur Tiger | Species | WWF

Amur Tiger | Species | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
Amur tigers were once found throughout the Russian Far East, northern China, and the Korean peninsula.
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Indochinese Tiger | Species | WWF

Indochinese Tiger | Species | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
The region contains the largest combined area of tiger habitat in the world—equal to roughly the size of France. However, rapid development, such as road construction, is fragmenting habitats.
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Malayan Tiger | Species | WWF

Malayan Tiger | Species | WWF | Year 7 Science: Endangered Species – Tigers across Asia | Scoop.it
Malayan tigers number around 500 and were classified as the Indochinese tiger until DNA testing in 2004 showed it to be a separate subspecies.
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Tiger | Species | WWF

The largest of all the Asian big cats, tigers rely primarily on sight and sound rather than smell. They typically hunt alone and stalk prey.
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