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All About… Siberian Tigers!!!. Click anywhere to begin!. Hi! My name is Whiskers! I am very far away from home and completely lost in the country of Chile! Will you help me find my way back home? I sure do miss my family. To help begin my journey back home, begin by clicking HERE !. I am

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all about siberian tigers

All About…Siberian Tigers!!!

Click anywhere to begin!

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Hi! My name is Whiskers! I am very far away from home and completely lost in the country of Chile! Will you help me find my way back home? I sure do miss my family. To help begin my journey back home, begin by clicking HERE!

I am

here!

slide3

Before we start, lets learn how to use the program! Do you see the buttons in the bottom right corner? Click YES if you see them, click NO if you do not.

great lets learn what these buttons do
Great! Lets learn what these buttons do!

This button is a forward button. After you are done reading a slide, click this button and you will go to the next slide. Try it out! Click the forward button at the bottom of the page to continue.

great job i m glad to see you again
Great job! I’m glad to see you again!

If you click on this button, it will take you to the home menu where you can choose from different options. Don’t click it now though! Click the forward button to continue!

slide6

Okay this is the last button to learn. This button if you click on it will take you to the slide before this one. Try it out! Click the back button on this page. You will go to the previous page. Once there click on the forward button and return to this one!

Now click the home button!

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Okay, the buttons are circled by a red circle. Do you see them now? Great! Click HERE to learn what these buttons do!

slide8

Home Menu

How much do you know about me already?

Take a quick quiz to find out! QUIZ

To learn some fun facts about me click HERE!

Do you think you already know enough about me

To get me home? Take the quiz and find out! QUIZ

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To answer the next questions, read the question fully and then click on the answer you think is correct.

At any time you can return to the home menu.

question 1
Question 1

I am a type of:

Dog

Bird

Sheep

Cat

slide11

Right!

Great Job!!

slide12

Sorry!

The answer is cat.

question 2
Question 2

There are many other breeds of tigers.

True or False?

slide14

Excellent! You’re right!

There are 8 other breeds of tigers!

slide15

Sorry! It is true!

There are 8 other breeds!

last question
Last Question!

I belong to an endangered species.

True or False?

slide17

Great Job! You are right!

Now return home and take the

quiz or learn some fun

information about me!

slide18

Sorry. It is true.

Now you can go to the

Home menu and learn

More about me or just

Take the quiz!

slide19

To begin I’ll tell you a little about me. I am a mammal and a large cat. I am a Siberian tiger, but I am also known as an Amur tiger. My full name is Pantheratigrisaltaica, but I prefer Whiskers. When I grow up I may weigh up to 660 pounds and be over 10 feet long! When my mom has babies, called cubs, she can have up to six in one litter! I personally have five other siblings!

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Now I’ll tell you about where my family, friends, and I live. I have friends who live in China and North Korea. I live in Russia in a forest. I have a large amount of territory to live in by myself. I need lots of land because sometimes there is not much food. So I need lots of land to hunt in, and these woods are perfect. Grassy in the summer and snowy in the winter.

The area colored yellow is where Siberian tigers are most commonly found.

This is a picture of my country, Russia. The darker colored area labeled Siberia is my country.

This is a birch forest like the one I live in.

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Do you have a favorite food? I sure do. I like to eat elk and wild boar. I’m a carnivore, which means I eat meat. Boy do I like meat! Sometimes I can eat 60 pounds of it in a day! I’m a powerful hunter, but not a man-eater as some people say. I hunt at night and my fur acts to help me match the trees and grass.

Elk

Wild Boar

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I have 30 teeth.

My whiskers help me feel my way around.

Most tigers are orange or

reddish-orange with black stripes.

My fur keeps me warm by trapping air.

There have been reports of BLUE tigers!

I walk on my toes which have big soft pads.

I have four claws on each paw.

My tail helps me keep my balance and communicate with other tigers.

My body.

slide23

Now I have to tell you something sad. I am an endangered species. A species becomes endangered when there are almost no more of us left anywhere in the world. There are only 400-500 Siberian tigers left in the world. There are many reasons why we are endangered, but the biggest problem is people who hunt tigers. Some people believe parts of our bodies cure illnesses. Also, our habitats are being destroyed.

Now you can color a picture of me and

fill in a worksheet!

slide24

Now test your knowledge

Before beginning the quiz!

Click HERE to go to the activity!

slide25

Okay, you are ready to begin the quiz! Read each question fully and then click on the answer you think is right. You must answer each question correctly before you can move on to the next question. Every right answer of yours gets me one step closer to home. At any time in the quiz you can return to the home menu.

question 11
Question 1

Am I a(n):

  • Mammal
  • Reptile
  • Amphibian
  • Human

Review

slide27

To begin I’ll tell you a little about me. I am a mammal and a large cat. I am a Siberian tiger, but I am also known as an Amur tiger. My full name is Pantheratigrisaltaica, but I prefer Whiskers. When I grow up I may weigh up to 660 pounds and be over 10 feet long! When my mom has babies, called cubs, she can have up to six in one litter! I personally have five other siblings!

Back to Quiz

slide29

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 21
Question 2

I am a Siberian tiger, but am also called a(n):

  • Bengal tiger
  • Shark tiger
  • Amur tiger
  • Javan tiger

Review

slide31

To begin I’ll tell you a little about me. I am a mammal and a large cat. I am a Siberian tiger, but I am also known as an Amur tiger. My full name is Pantheratigrisaltaica, but I prefer Whiskers. When I grow up I may weigh up to 660 pounds and be over 10 feet long! When my mom has babies, called cubs, she can have up to six in one litter! I personally have five other siblings!

Back to Quiz

slide32

Wow! You are good at this!

Now I’m in Mexico! Only 8 more!

slide33

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 3
Question 3

Where is my home?

  • America
  • Mexico
  • Australia
  • Russia

Review

slide35

Now I’ll tell you about where my family, friends, and I live. I have friends who live in China and North Korea. I live in Russia in a forest. I have a large amount of territory to live in by myself. I need lots of land because sometimes there is not much food. So I need lots of land to hunt in, and these woods are perfect. Grassy in the summer and snowy in the winter.

The area colored yellow is where Siberian tigers are most commonly found.

This is a picture of my country, Russia. The darker colored area labeled Siberia is my country.

This is a birch forest like the one I live in.

Back to Quiz

slide36

Right! I live in Russia!

I’m already in America, and I’ll be home in no time with your help!

slide37

Sorry, that is not right.

Keep in mind you can always review!

Click here to try this question again

Before moving on!

question 4
Question 4

My favorite foods are elk and wild boar.

True or False?

Review

slide39

Do you have a favorite food? I sure do. I like to eat elk and wild boar. I’m a carnivore, which means I eat meat. Boy do I like meat! Sometimes I can eat 60 pounds of it in a day! I’m a powerful hunter, but not a man-eater as some people say. I hunt at night and my fur acts to help me match the trees and grass.

Elk

Wild Boar

Back to Quiz

slide40

Right! I love elk and wild boar!

Canada is pretty, but I can’t wait to eat my favorite foods at home!

slide41

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 5
Question 5

I am endangered because:

  • I don’t have enough food.
  • I fight with other tigers to keep my territory.
  • I freeze in the winter.
  • Humans hunt me illegally.

Review

slide43

Now I have to tell you something sad. I am an endangered species. A species becomes endangered when there are almost no more of us left anywhere in the world. There are only 400-500 Siberian tigers left in the world. There are many reasons why we are endangered, but the biggest problem is people who hunt tigers. Some people believe parts of our bodies cure illnesses. Also, our habitats are being destroyed.

Back to Quiz

slide44

You’re doing excellently! Keep it up!

From Canada to Greenland, one step closer!

slide45

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 6
Question 6

A carnivore eats meat.

True or False?

Review

slide47

Do you have a favorite food? I sure do. I like to eat elk and wild boar. I’m a carnivore, which means I eat meat. Boy do I like meat! Sometimes I can eat 60 pounds of it in a day! I’m a powerful hunter, but not a man-eater as some people say. I hunt at night and my fur acts to help me match the trees and grass.

Elk

Wild Boar

Back to Quiz

slide48

I’m already in Africa!

I’m so close to home I think

I can see it!

slide49

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 7
Question 7

My fur is normally:

  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Brown
  • Grey

Review

slide51

I have 30 teeth.

My whiskers help me feel my way around.

Most tigers are orange or

reddish-orange with black stripes.

My fur keeps me warm by trapping air.

There have been reports of BLUE tigers!

I walk on my toes which have big soft pads.

I have four claws on each paw.

My tail helps me keep my balance and communicate with other tigers.

My body.

Back to Quiz

slide52

Only 3 more to go!

Now I’m in the country of Portugal!

slide53

Sorry, that is not right.

Keep in mind you can always review!

Click here to try this question again

Before moving on!

question 8
Question 8

Some tigers have blue fur.

True or False?

Review

slide55

I have 30 teeth.

My whiskers help me feel my way around.

Most tigers are orange or

reddish-orange with black stripes.

My fur keeps me warm by trapping air.

There have been reports of BLUE tigers!

I walk on my toes which have big soft pads.

I have four claws on each paw.

My tail helps me keep my balance and communicate with other tigers.

My body.

Back to Quiz

slide56

Fantastic!

2 more! I can’t wait for Russia!

slide57

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 9
Question 9

Only _____________ Siberian tigers exist in the wild today.

  • 100-200
  • 400-500
  • 700-800
  • 1000

Review

slide59

Now I have to tell you something sad. I am an endangered species. A species becomes endangered when there are almost no more of us left anywhere in the world. There are only 400-500 Siberian tigers left in the world. There are many reasons why we are endangered, but the biggest problem is people who hunt tigers. Some people believe parts of our bodies cure illnesses. Also, our habitats are being destroyed.

Back to Quiz

slide60

That’s grrreat!

The first thing I will do when I get

home is visit my cousin Tony!

slide61

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

question 10
Question 10

My whiskers help me:

  • Balance
  • Catch prey
  • Feel
  • Swim

Review

slide63

I have 30 teeth.

My whiskers help me feel my way around.

Most tigers are orange or

reddish-orange with black stripes.

My fur keeps me warm by trapping air.

There have been reports of BLUE tigers!

I walk on my toes which have big soft pads.

I have four claws on each paw.

My tail helps me keep my balance and communicate with other tigers.

My body.

Back to Quiz

slide64

I am back home in Russia

where I belong!

No more tropical vacations for me!

slide65

Sorry, that is not right.

Click here to try the question again

Before moving on!

slide66

Works Cited

Background on page 1: http://images.encarta.msn.com/xrefmedia/sharemed/targets/images/pho/t027/T027937A.jpg

Guide: http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/how-to-draw-animals-166.jpg

Background picture for slides 2-7: http://mdslab.com/house/top-back/3%20Birch%20Trees%20Behind%20House_2.jpg

Picture on slide 2 from: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/americas/south_america_pol98.jpg

Picture on slide 9 from: http://dclips.fundraw.com/zobo500dir/question_mark_naught101_01.jpg

Picture on slide 10 from: http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/pawsfurthought/library/WA221_8164481-1-x.jpg

http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/images16/AustralianCattleDogOzzie.JPG

http://www.wildbirds.com/dnn/Portals/0/images/birdphot.jpg

http://www.reggie.net/photos/ireland/sligo/carrowkeel/4737304_black_and_white_sheep-600.jpg

Picture on slide 11 from: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d4/Siberian_Tiger_by_Malene_Th.jpg/390px-Siberian_Tiger_by_Malene_Th.jpg

Picture on slide 12 from: http://petcaretips.net/roaring_tigerA.jpg

Picture on slide 19 from: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/04/images/070419-tiger-picture.jpg

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/siberian-tiger.html

Pictures on slide 20 from: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/siberian-tiger.html

http://www.whrc.org/russia/images/Birch_Kam_Sm.jpg

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/maps/europe/russia/map-of-russia.gif

Pictures on slide 21 from: http://www.scsc.k12.ar.us/2001Outwest/PacificEcology/Projects/MosleyR/ElkInVelvet.jpg

http://www.southbrittanycottage.com/pics%20branfere/wild%20boar.JPG

Pictures on slide 22 from: http://specieslist.com/images/2005-05/siberian_tiger-10.jpg

Worksheet Activity from: http://www.coloring.ws/t.asp?b=m&t=http://www.coloring.ws/animals/tigers/tiger3.gifPawprints from: http://pressbox.co.uk/images/logos/53696_images%20paw%20print.jpg

World Map background: http://www.up4now.com/_server/vacations/world_map_political.gif

Background and home button: http://www.artek.fi/img/en/birch_forest.jpg

Stripes background: http://users.hubwest.com/hubert/mrscience/images/tiger_stripes.jpg