- Why does the tiger snarl?
- Why does the tiger ignore the visitors?
- What does quiet rage mean?
- Why does the tiger slide through the long grass?
- What should the tiger be doing at the jungles edge?
- Who is being Terrorised by the tiger?
- Where do the tiger hunt the deer?
- Why could the Tiger walk only a few steps?
- What describes Tiger in a cell *?
- Why is the tiger in quiet rage?
- How should the Tiger walk through the grass?
- Why should the tiger be lurking in shadow?
- What emotion does the Tiger show?
- Do tigers have feelings?
- How do the eyes of the tiger look?
- How Does a Tiger feel in a cage?
- Where should the tiger hide to himself?
- What does the tiger do at night?
- What is the Tiger’s attitude towards visitors?
- What does a tiger have on his body?
- Why is the Tiger sliding and not walking through the grass?
Why does the tiger snarl?
(c) Why does ‘he’ snarl.
(c) ‘He’ snarls to show his anger and helplessness.
(d) ‘He’ shows his presence by baring his white teeth and claws..
Why does the tiger ignore the visitors?
The tiger ignores the visitors as his strength is confined to the cage. He feels sad and restless behind the concrete walls. He is fed up with his situation and so ignores the visitors.
What does quiet rage mean?
The tiger is angry because it is caged. It has lost the freedom of roaming in the jungle like the other tigers. Why is the tiger’s rage said to be ‘quiet rage? ‘ The tiger’s rage is said to be quiet because, in spite of the burning rage, it is not able to avenge the humans who have shut him in the cage.
Why does the tiger slide through the long grass?
Answer. Explanation: the tiger slides through a long grass for hunting its prey without enabling the his presence in front of the prey.
What should the tiger be doing at the jungles edge?
Answer: The tiger moves slowly up and down in his cage. … He says that the tiger should have been in the jungle. He should have been moving quietly in the shadows near some water hole, and waiting for a plump deer to pass that way.
Who is being Terrorised by the tiger?
villagersThe tiger terrorises the villagers by growling around the houses of villagers which were at Jangle’s edge. Also the tiger shows his white fangs and long claws and thus make his fierce presence to the Villagers.
Where do the tiger hunt the deer?
ForestsAnswer. Answer:In the Forests. Explanation: The tiger hunts the deer in Forests.
Why could the Tiger walk only a few steps?
Answer. Answer: Tiger could walk only few steps because of the length of its cage.It covers the distance in a few mere steps only.
What describes Tiger in a cell *?
Answer: The tiger is not comfortable in the part of the cell and it has not natural habitat and other problem. He treats the tiger imprisoned in a cell and he takes no interest in the visitors so it will be more comfortable for the people to stay and watch the tiger in zoo in a fine manner at every time.
Why is the tiger in quiet rage?
Answer. Answer: The Tiger expresses his rage quietly because there is nothing he can do from behind the bars of his cage. He is helpless as his strength is now imprisoned inside the cage due to the fancies of man.
How should the Tiger walk through the grass?
Answer: the tiger should behave if he is in his natural habitat — the wild jungle. There, he should be silently hiding in the shadow remains unnoticed. Sliding through the long grass he should move stealthily to ambush his prey.
Why should the tiger be lurking in shadow?
Answer. Explanation: According to the poet, the tiger should be lurking in the shadow of the long grass near the water hole in order to prey on the deer who come to the water body to have their fill of water.
What emotion does the Tiger show?
angerAnswer : The emotion of the tiger in the zoo shows his anger because he is forcefully locked by the zoo authorities and is unable to live his free life in the natural environment.
Do tigers have feelings?
Tigers elicit awe, admiration, fascination, and fear. … Many things can affect a tiger that wouldn’t necessarily affect another species, such as changes in barometric pressure, particular noises, wind, and many more too numerous to list. Because tigers are so emotional, they are capable of unbelievable affection.
How do the eyes of the tiger look?
Answer. Answer: Tigers have eyes with round pupils, unlike domestic cats, which have slitted pupils. … Just like house cats, the markings on a tiger’s fur are also found on their skin, so even a shaved tiger would still show its stripes.
How Does a Tiger feel in a cage?
Answer: The tiger feels slave in the concrete cell. It feels like a prisoner. It misses its freedom in the forest where it should be lurking in the shadows; stalking its prey in the long grass near water hole, where deer come to drink water and where it lurks to pounce on them.
Where should the tiger hide to himself?
(d) The tiger should hide to himself near the water hole.
What does the tiger do at night?
The tiger leads a solitary and nocturnal life. With better vision at night than during the day, it also relies on its exceptional hearing to hunt after sunset. The felines’ prey are also more active during the night. Daytime weather is often too hot to cover long distances looking for food.
What is the Tiger’s attitude towards visitors?
Answer. Answer: The tiger is not comfortable in the part of the cell and it has not natural habitat and other problem. He treats the tiger imprisoned in a cell and he takes no interest in the visitors so it will be more comfortable for the people to stay and watch the tiger in zoo in a fine manner at every time.
What does a tiger have on his body?
The primary function of the tiger’s hair is for warmth. The underfur traps air which insulates the tiger’s body thereby keeping it warm. Tigers are the only large cat species to have distinctive striping located on both the hair and skin of the tiger. Many tigers possess stripes on their face, sides, legs and stomach.
Why is the Tiger sliding and not walking through the grass?
The poet further says that the tiger should be sliding through the long grass in the wild. The poet expects this ferocious animal to be hiding near the water hole, waiting for a plump prey to pass. Instead, the tiger is locked in a concrete cell where he seems to control his ferocity behind the bars of his cage.