Tigers are the largest and heaviest cats found in the wild. Tigers are among most recognizable and popular of the world's charismatic megafauna. The Tigers Free screensaver will let you see tigers in their natural environment of habitation.
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Description: Tigers are the largest and heaviest cats found in the wild. Tigers are among most recognizable and popular of the world's charismatic megafauna. They have featured prominently in ancient mythology and folklore, and continue to be depicted in modern films and literature. Tigers appear on many flags, coats of arms and as mascots for sporting teams and serve as the national animal of several Asian nations.
The Tigers Free screensaver will let you see tigers in their natural environment of habitation. Install this screensaver on your compter and make a virtual safari!
Free Tiger Pictures Screensaver 1.0 iger is being observed in two different approaches. The first kind of people views tiger as a cruel animal who will tear apart anyone that is in his way. The second type of people
Screens from Apple's Mac OS X 10.4, aka Tiger Apple says the client and server versions of Mac OS X "Tiger" sport powerful changes under the hood, but there are also noticeable improvements to the interface. Here's a gallery with many of Tiger's new features.
U.N. Presses India to Save Tigers Even in their own reserves, they are rampantly poached for their "lucky" collar bones, fashionable skins and decorative claws. When they flee onto human territory, they are poisoned, electrocuted, shot or trapped. There is nowhere left for India's dwindli