6.08 Biology

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6.08 MAMMALAnimal name | White tiger Scientific Name is Panthera tigris | picture| |
Website reference for picture| http://historylessonsnepal.blogspot.com/2011/06/white-tiger.html| Physical traits| Mammals, warm blooded, carnivores, They have blue eyes, a pink nose, and creamy white fur covered with chocolate colored stripes.| Animal behavior| White Tiger is a solitary animal as this allows this large predator to sneak up on prey more effectively in the dense jungle. Although the White Tiger is not nocturnal, they do the majority of their hunting at night as this also helps them to hunt more successfully. White Tigers have incredible hearing and sight which, along with their stealth, helps them when hunting in the jungle in the dark.| Reproductive process| White Tiger are made by, both of its parents carry the gene. Male and female White Tigers are attracted to one another by their roars and scent marks, and once mated the male and female go their separate ways. After a gestation period that lasts for around 3 and a half months, the female White Tiger gives birth to up to 5 cubs, which are blind and weigh roughly 1kg each and can have either white or orange fur.| Common ecosystem| The White Tiger would once have been found throughout much of India and the surrounding countries|

FISHAnimal name | Clown fish|
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Website reference for picture| http://true-wildlife.blogspot.com/2011/02/clown-fish.html| Physical traits| The clownfish is a type of fish that lives in salt water habitats. It is also called an Anemone fish. Clownfish are typically very bright, orange fish that have three white stripes, one at the head, middle and tail. If you look really closely, you may notice that there are thin black lines around the white stripes. Also, the tips of their fins have a thin black rounded stripe. It’s also omnivorous it eats both plants and other animals| Animal behavior| |

Reproductive process| Since these fish live...
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