Wolf vs Tiger Simulator Game Online - Play Free Fun Wolf Web Games
Wolf vs Tiger Simulator is a fun open world animal simulator which you can enjoy online and for free. In this game you will control a wolf to run around on a huge land full of other animals. Some of them are friendly and you will be able to interact with them, but some may be your enemies. Being a wild animal free in nature can be very fun. More so if you can interact with bears, tigers, wolves, even humans and many others. Race against them, find coins and try to become unstoppable as a strong wild wolf. Have fun!
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How to Play Wolf vs Tiger Simulator Game
Controls: Arrows / WASD = move, Shift = run, Space = jump.
What does a Real Life Wolf Eat?
According to WolfWeb.com wolves are carnivores (meat eaters) but they will eat other foods as well. Their diet ranges from big game, such as elk and moose, to earthworms, berries and grasshoppers. Wolves eat their food very quickly, probably to protect it from being stolen, and to decrease the chance of attack from other predators. They eat the best parts first, and come back later for the remainder, as they can't afford to be wasteful. They will hide food in the snow, or icy soil, which helps to preserve it, and protect it from scavengers. Wolves can eat every 5-6 hours when there is plenty of food available, or they can fast and live on scraps for 2 weeks when there is less food around.
Fun Facts about Baby Tigers
According to cuteness.com there are many fun facts about those cute baby tigers. The tiger, or Pantheri tigris, is a large cat native to parts of Asia, India and Russia. Fully grown, tigers can weigh over 300 pounds and measure over 12 feet in length. Tigers can live for approximately 15 years in the wild and 20 years in captivity. Female tigers give birth about once every two years. Baby tigers are called "cubs". Cubs weigh approximately two pounds when they are born. They are blind and utterly dependent on their mother for food and protection. After the tiger cubs are born, the mother tiger eats the umbilical cord, placenta and embryonic sac. She cleans the cub by licking it with her rough tongue. The cubs then try to locate a teat in order to nurse. The cubs nurse their mother until they are about 24 weeks old. Then, the female tiger begins to bring the cubs prey to eat such as buffalo, wild pigs, deer or other animals. The cubs cannot hunt on their own until they are approximately one and a half years old.