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    A tiger is the largest cat species, solitary in nature, territorial but a social predator, marks out its territory and defends it from other animals. In order for it to survive and thrive in its own habitat, the tiger has powerful physical features. "Living Alone does not mean I am Lonely, it means I am strong enough to handle things all by Myself"
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    Creativity 17
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    Beautiful!!!!! Please save these extraordinary creatures. This photograph shows us why and tells us why....we need these animals even if we don't know it or think so.

    Maggie Steber
    National Geographic Photographer
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    Date Taken: Jun 22, 2018
    Date Uploaded: Jul 2, 2018
    Camera: SONY DSC-RX10M3
    Focal Length: 210.2 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
    Aperture: f/4
    ISO: 500
    Copyright: © Raajan Mehra
    Categories: Animals
    Assignments: For National Geographic's Photo of the Day, Not Just A Face