Obstacles to successful hunting

A number of factors prevents a tiger to commit an assault successfully.

These are the sensitive small pillows of paws which aren't allowing a predator to run on hot stones and the crossed district without receiving burns and wounds.

Also, stirs successful hunting inability of a tiger to continue a pursuit. While the cheetah can run bigger distance and at great speed, the tiger does two, at best three, a jump before being given.

Other animals watchfully treat a tiger therefore, having noticed him, let out precautionary cries, scaring away possible production. Monkeys and peacocks often make the verbal warnings meaning that nearby there is a tiger.

If there were no these natural restrictions, the tiger could kill much more, than it is necessary, eating also out of the area.

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