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Tigers (edition 1987)
Tigers (Zoobooks) by Timothy L. Biel
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0937934356, Mass Market Paperback)Tiger species are dying off at an alarming rate. Four of the five species left number less than 700 individuals. With a book like Tigers, we can educate students about the tiger's plight-which is the first step toward saving them.
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Discusses the physical description, habits, behavior, and future of various kinds of tigers.
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