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Why do tigers have stripes, and lions don’t?



Tiger dethrones Lion and becomes King of the Jungle

Tigers are practically invisible when stalking their prey at twilight or morning.

Whether they live in grasslands, forests, or jungles, wild tigers have deep orange coats with dark stripes.

So, how is it possible that a brightly colored animal manages to remain undetected long enough to hunt?


Its coat colors, spots, and stripes have adapted to either help them find potential mates or hide them from threats.

Their coat color provides them with Camouflage allowing them to hide in the jungle undetected. Audience watch As Lion Defeated A Tiger in Arena

Why do tigers have stripes, and lions don't?

Tigers do not need to hide from creatures that might devour them because they are apex predators at the top of the food chain.

Tigers are predatory animals, they rely on meat for food and use stealth to ambush prey

The limited vision of their favored prey aids them. Deer and other hoofed animals cannot see the entire spectrum of colors. How to survive tiger attack

It improves their vision in low-light situations and renders them vulnerable. The tiger’s fur isn’t brilliant orange to their eyes; it seems green and blends in with the surroundings.

The tiger’s markings are also significant. Their brown to black vertical stripes are an example of what scientists refer to as disruptive coloring.

They assist the cat blend in with trees and tall grasses by breaking up its shape and size.

Hunting Skills

Why do tigers have stripes, and lions don't?

This is significant since, unlike lions, these predators do not hunt in packs or have the speed of a cheetah.

Tigers are solitary cats who live by using stealth and camouflage. Even the stripes of the six tiger subspecies differ. Why do tigers live alone?

The Sumatran tiger subspecies have much narrower stripes than the others and have more of them.

This aids in its camouflage in its dense forest habitat. Their striped patterns are all different, precisely like a zebra’s. There are no two alike.

They’re as unique as a person’s fingerprints. Their fur isn’t the only thing with black stripes.

It’s shocking to observe that their skin resembles that of a tattooed person: Its fur is striped in the same pattern as its fur!

Why do tigers have stripes, and lions don't?

There is an old Indian story that says a tiger once looked like a lion but he angered some Jungle God by placing himself above the God.

In revenge, God sent burning coals onto the tiger which gave him his stripes. But it’s pretty hard to believe, isn’t it? TIGER VS JAGUAR – Who is The Real King of The Jungle?

So why don’t lions have stripes, like tigers?

The lion’s habitat is sandy savanna, whereas the tiger’s habitat is forests, hence their coats blend them into their natural habitats.

Any biologist will tell you that the fact that this is encoded in the animal’s DNA is not a cause, but rather a consequence, via the process of natural selection.

This example shows how monoidal categories allow us to move away from an atomistic or reductionist mindset to one in which systems are studied in terms of how they interact with other systems rather than their parts.



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This Is Why All Whales Are Afraid of Orca

This Is Why All Whales Are Afraid of Orca

Killer whales(Orcas) are known to torpedo from below at top speeds by ramming the sides of the whales with their heads.

The orcas’ obsession with tongues is well documented; on several occasions, it has been the sole or nearly the only thing they eat from their massive preys.

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Why Do Lions Always Kill Cheetahs?

Why Do Lions Always Kill Cheetahs?

Cheetahs get their prey easily compared to lions. Due to this competition, lions may feel that they do not have enough food due to the presence of cheetahs. The natural habitat of lions is also native to cheetahs. Since they live in close proximity, lions will attack or kill cheetahs in territorial disputes.

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I killed the QUEEN to save the hive.

Our wild swarm hive is out of control. We have to kill the queen bee…!

In the video above – The Bee-keeeper(Man) kills the Queen bee – Bees got pissed off, Bee-keeper got stung multiple times, but luckily, he survived…!

I love how his wife is just standing there while he’s screaming in pain..Lol

It’s quite funny actually…!

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Here's What Happens If You Feed a Camel With a Venomous Snake

Here’s What Happens If You Feed a Camel With a Venomous Snake

Camels are fed with live snakes. Because there is a special kind of disease in their body. Due to which his whole body becomes stiff. To avoid this disease, Utahars(camel owner) feed live snakes to camels.

Although, there is no scientific proof that eating a snake can cure an animal’s disease.

Perhabs this is some type of hocus pocus probably practiced in rural places in the Middle East.!

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Cesar Millan Makes Vicious Rottweiler Face His Pit Bull Junior | Cesar 911

Cesar Millan Makes Vicious Rottweiler Face His Pit Bull Junior | Cesar 911

Shadow is a vicious Rottweiler that has attacked dogs in its own neighborhood. Cesar Millan does the unthinkable by confronting this dog with his pit bull Junior.

6 most painful Insect bites in the world

TOP 6 Most dangerous Insect bites in the wolrd.

We saw him writhing around in pain on a jungle floor after stinging himself with tarantula hawk wasp, but prepare for an even bigger insect bite…!

In his YouTube video, Coyote Peterson said that the Executioner Wasp sting was, by far, “the worst sting [he’s] ever taken.”

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Alligator attacks handler at child’s birthday party in Utah

Alligator Attacks Handler in Front of Children’s Birthday Party

An animal handler who survived a gator attack is speaking out about the harrowing ordeal.

A gator bit down on 31-year-old Lindsay hands during feeding time at a reptile and animal zoo, as children at a birthday party looked on.

Bull jumped into the glass enclosure to get better leverage. Then the gator whipped the trainer underwater in what’s known as a “death roll.” She now reveals why she jumped in purposely, and how her gymnastics experience may have saved her.

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