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1 Terrific Tigers Learn more about the gers at ZSL London Zoo 1. Level: Key Stage 2 2. Includes: Acvity sheets (true or false, word scramble, word search, colouring acvity, adaptaon labelling, enclosure design), Tiger SOS lesson plan, answer sheets

2 Tiger Activity Time Level 1 tiger cubs Circle the right answers 1. What colours does a tiger have on its body? red white blue black green orange brown 2. What does a tiger eat? leaves meat fruit fish 3. What words can we use to describe a tiger? hunter prey predator 4. Why does a tiger have stripes? to show off to be camouflaged to scare away other animals 5. Where do tigers live in the wild? Africa Australia Asia

3 Level 2 tiger tester Tiger True or Feline False? Answer true or false to the following statements: 1. Tigers have 4 canine teeth. 2. Tigers can see in the dark 3. A tiger can live for over 30 years 4. A baby tiger is called a pup 5. A group of tigers is called a pride 6. The Tiger isn t one of the animals in the Chinese zodiac 7. In zoos, tigers are usually kept together in pairs 8. There are only 300 Sumatran tigers left in the wild. 9. London Zoo is building a new tiger enclosure called Tiger Territory. 10. There are 5 different types (sub-species) of tiger. Tiger Question Time What do we call the teeth that tigers use to rip and tear meat? C.. Why does a tiger have stripes? C. How many tigers live at ZSL London Zoo? T... What is a tiger s favourite food/prey? D. Give one reason why poachers kill tigers?.. What colour are a tiger s eyes?.. Name a cartoon tiger or a tiger from a story book. What type of animal is a tiger, a cat or dog? Do tigers prefer to hunt alone or in a group?... What three colours can you see on a tiger s fur?

4 Level 3 tiger challenge Word Scramble Unscramble these words. They all have something to do with tigers. 1 gersit... 2 datpreor... 3 iasa... 4 rethun... 5 trspies... Word Spotter How many smaller words can you make from the name of our new tiger exhibit: Tiger Territory For example: Error (Tiger Territory) or Greet (Tiger Territory) Write your answers in this box:

5 Level 4 tiger expert Big Cat Word Search Try and find all the words in the word search. Circle the words in the grid when you find them. They go across, down, diagonal and backwards! t i g e r s f t b c t u b n c w d c v b r t u p a w n o l a p a s c v g r e t n u h a n t o a m f u o e d a i t w s o o a e e l s m n u h n s r h t j c a m o u f l a g e i n g l y h a b c p r e d a t o r e s t i g o t a b a d t e h r e r n n y o u w a r e s e p i r t s g q u i s z o u f t s o f t r g e t y n o u n t h r e a t y a t e r r i t o r y i e s x m k r e s t e w e e r k e d s a r e m o r d e r e g n a d n e d i n g d r o p s u m a t r a tiger cat canine teeth territory hunter predator Sumatra poaching deer claws paws camouflage stripes threat endangered

6 Creative Big Cat Colouring Finish drawing and colouring this tiger. Add the body, finish the face and add the whiskers and striped pattern.

7 Label this Tiger skull with adaptations for hunting and feeding. The Tigers at ZSL London Zoo help us to learn and understand more about them. This helps us all to care for them and their relatives in the wild. Caring For Tigers What do all tigers need to keep them happy and healthy?

8 Tiger Territory ZSL London Zoo are building a new tiger enclosure called Tiger Territory. This new home will give the tigers everything they need to be happy and healthy. The visitors will be able to see them clearly too. Design your own Tiger Enclosure in the space below. Door Boomer ball Long grass Tree Windows Pond Feeding pole Meat Sleeping place Safety fence

9 Lesson Plan Learning outcomes 1. To recognise what a tiger is, where it lives and what it eats. 2. To know that tigers are threatened by man and that research can help them to survive. Teacher notes Explain that the lesson will focus on tigers and the threats to their survival in the wild. Pupils will need to use their computers and the worksheet provided. Talk about tigers, shows some images of tigers and their habitat. Get pupils to add their own knowledge and share their own thoughts about what a tiger is, does and eats. You may find our Tiger SOS Fact Sheet useful, see our Fundraising Pack.

10 What is a Tiger? Circle the words that describe a tiger: predator prey herbivore dog mammal carnivore hunter reptile animal cat Choose one of the words that you have circled and write a sentence to explain what it means. Here are 5 pictures of different types (sub-species) of tiger. Sumatran tiger ZSL Indochinese tiger Bengal tiger Malayan tiger Siberian tiger ZSL

11 Find out one thing about each of these types of tiger. Complete these sentences: The Sumatran tiger... The Bengal tiger The Malayan tiger. The Indochinese tiger... The Siberian tiger.. Put a dot on the map to show where each of the 5 types of tiger lives. Map of Asia

12 Threats to Tigers Tigers are threatened by humans. They are now an endangered species and may go extinct if we don t continue to help them. Visit and click on the threats to tigers link. Write down 5 threats to tigers: One way we can help tigers is to understand more about them and the problems that face. This is called research. Click on saving wild tigers to find out all about our conservation research work. We re also building a new tiger enclosure called Tiger Territory. Click on explore the exhibit to find out more about what the new tiger enclosure will be like.

13 Tiger Activity Answer Sheets

14 Tiger Activity Time Level 1 tiger cubs Circle the right answers 1. What colours does a tiger have on its body? red white blue black green orange brown 2. What does a tiger eat? leaves meat fruit fish 3. What words can we use to describe a tiger? hunter prey predator 4. Why does a tiger have stripes? to show off to be camouflaged to scare away other animals 5. Where do tigers live in the wild? Africa Australia Asia

15 Level 2 tiger tester Tiger True or Feline False? Answer true or false to the following statements: 1. Tigers have 4 canine teeth. T Tigers have two at the top and two at the bottom, working together to rip and slice meat 2. Tigers can see in the dark T A reflective layer at the back of the eye gives tem excellent night vision. 3. A tiger can live for over 30 years 4. A baby tiger is called a pup 5. A group of tigers is called a pride F F F They rarely live for more than 20 years in captivity and much les in the wild. A baby tiger is called a cub. Tigers tend to live alone or with their cubs. They don t hunt in groups. 6. The Tiger isn t one of the animals in the Chinese zodiac 7. In zoos, tigers are usually kept together in pairs 8. There are only 300 Sumatran tigers left in the wild. F T T They are in the zodiac. They do live in pairs so that they can breed. We estimate that there are around 300 left. 9. London Zoo is building a new tiger enclosure called Tiger Territory. 10. There are 5 different types (sub-species) of tiger. T T Tiger Question Time What do we call the teeth that tigers use to rip and tear meat? Canine teeth Why does a tiger have stripes? Camouflage whilst hunting The sub species include the Bengal, Sumatran, Indo- Chinese, Siberian and Malayan tiger. How many tigers live at ZSL London Zoo? Two, a breeding pair What is a tiger s favourite food/prey? Deer (Sika, Chital, Red and Samba deer) Give one reason why poachers kill tigers? To sell their bones/skin/teeth, etc What colour are a tiger s eyes? Yellow/amber Name a cartoon tiger or a tiger from a story book. Tigger, Shere Khan, etc What type of animal is a tiger, a cat or dog? A big cat - Panthera Do tigers prefer to hunt alone or in a group? Alone What three colours can you see on a tiger s fur? 1 Orange 2 White 3 Black

16 Level 3 tiger challenge Word Scramble Unscramble these words. They all have something to do with tigers. 1 gersit tigers... 2 datpreor predator... 3 iasa Asia... 4 rethun hunter... 5 trspies stripes... Word Spotter How many smaller words can you make from the name of our new tiger exhibit: Tiger Territory For example: Error (Tiger Territory) or Greet (Tiger Territory) Write your answers in this box: 10 words - great! 15 words - excellent! Rot, to, error, greet, tit, got, try, riot, terror, yet, teet, tier, trio, otter, ogre, grey...

17 Level 4 tiger expert Big Cat Word Search Try and find all the words in the word search. Circle the words in the grid when you find them. t i g e r s f t b c t u b n c w d c v b r t u p a w n o l a p a s c v g r e t n u h a n t o a m f u o e d a i t w s o o a e e l s m n u h n s r h t j c a m o u f l a g e i n g l y h a b c p r e d a t o r e s t i g o t a b a d t e h r e r n n y o u w a r e s e p i r t s g q u i s z o u f t s o f t r g e t y n o u n t h r e a t y a t e r r i t o r y i e s x m k r e s t e w e e r k e d s a r e m o r d e r e g n a d n e d i n g d r o p s u m a t r a tiger cat canine teeth territory hunter predator Sumatra poaching deer claws paws camouflage stripes threat endangered

18 Label this tiger skull with adaptations for hunting and feeding. Ridge on top of skull to attach powerful jaw muscles Great sense of smell to detect prey Forward facing eyes to judge distance and speed when hunting Large canine teeth for ripping and tearing Powerful jaws to hold and eat prey The Tigers at ZSL London Zoo help us to learn and understand more about them. This helps us all to care for them and their relatives in the wild. Caring For Tigers What do all tigers need to keep them happy and healthy? 1. Food - meat (given in an interesting way - enrichment) 2. Fresh water to drink 3. Shelter from the weather and a place to sleep 4. Medical care from the vets and daily care from the keepers 5. Toys - known as enrichment - like a boomer ball 6. Mates - so that they have company and can have babies

19 Visit our website for lots more information about ZSL Tiger conservation and the new Tiger enclosure. For the Tiger SOS campaign, to explore the new Tiger Territory exhibit and for more information on our Tiger conservation projects go to: A Tiger enclosure needs these things: Shelter outdoors, from all types of weather (sun, wind, rain, etc) A warm bed indoors (provide an indoor den as well as a shelter outside) Trees to give shade Long grass to hide in A pond with fresh water Toys to play with for enrichment, like balls, herbs and sacks A feeding pole (to put the meat up high, so that the tigers have to jump and climb to get at it) and some meat A door for keepers to get in to clean and provide food Lots of windows for the visitors to look through Safety barriers to keep the tigers safely inside and people safely outside the enclosure What else could you add? Be creative Think about the size of the enclosure, add a scale and draw in your tigers. Only two tigers can live together at a time, a male and a female. Why not work as a class to design and make the perfect tiger enclosure. Send your completed designs to us so we can see your work. Send to: Rosie Davison, Education Centre, London Zoo, Regent s Park, London NW1 4RY. The Tiger Territory exhibit opens in Spring Come and visit us at ZSL London Zoo soon.

20 The Tiger Conservation HQ - Tiger Territory The Tiger Conservation HQ will contribute to Sumatran tiger conservation in four ways; preserving genetic diversity, information gathering, educating and informing the general public, and fund-raising. The exhibit will create a magical and challenging experience that that is all about close-up animal encounters in an authentic environment. It will educate visitors with compelling stories about the Sumatran tiger. It will explain the harsh reality of how close it is to extinction, and how ZSL and our Zoo visitors can ensure that this majestic species is conserved for future generations. The new enclosure will total over 2,400m 2, making it over five times bigger than the current tiger enclosure at ZSL London Zoo. Essentially, the Tiger Conservation HQ will help tiger conservation efforts by supporting the aims of the European Endangered Species Programme (EEP) for tigers which are as follows: Preserving genetic diversity over time Zoo tiger populations serve as a 'genetic reservoir in case of future need to supplement wild tiger populations or reintroduce tigers to areas from which they have vanished. We want to create the right environment to introduce a pair of breeding tigers so that we may increase the number of Sumatran tigers in the EEP programme. Information gathering Zoo tiger populations have made great contributions towards understanding many aspects of tiger biology and management. Veterinary care is an obvious area; without knowledge on how to safely anaesthetise tigers, radiotracking studies in the wild would not be possible. We want to continue our support for conservation in the wild with a pair of breeding Sumatran tigers. Educating and informing Seven hundred million people a year visit zoos worldwide - more than go to football matches - and every zoo with tigers has a responsibility to ensure the public learn about the factors endangering them and are encouraged to help. This will be a major role of the new facility at ZSL London Zoo with its 1 million visitors every year. We hope to create an inspiring and educational experience that garners the support for tigers in the wild using static and live interpretation. Fundraising The tiger EEP encourages all its participants to raise funds for tigers. Through our coordinated fundraising work ZSL has enabled the world s zoos to donate to tiger conservation in the wild. Now ZSL is asking its supporters and the general public to get behind its Tiger SOS campaign to give tigers a future.

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