The tigress’s cubs spend their infancy in the lair where night and day to keep they are born in litters of three to six. They suckle for up to eleven months old, the tiger cubs tend to sleep most of the time and at about seven weeks they will have increased their weight and normally in the wild they weigh from one to four kilogram.
Defends her children like a tigress’ is not just an empty phrase. The first time the cubs are taken to drink they are amazed to see where there is an example: a tigress, braving the flames of a Savannah their reflection in the water. Then, following their mother’s animal instincts the tigress carries her cubs to safety one by one. example, they quench their thirst for as much as they can at the superb vigilance of the tigress.
Unstable to kill their prey, these young tigers are engaged, hut to no avail. With their claws and teeth they attack a pangolin (scaly anteater) she has rolled up tightly in a ball. The other pangolin's safely out of reach.