Tiger Senses - Hearing
By Amelia Meyer
Tigers are known for their superior hunting abilities. A large part of their success in this activity lies in their acute sense of hearing. They need to be able to detect potential victims and dangers in the dense foliage around them.
Often, tigers live and hunt in areas that enjoy dense vegetation, concealing them, but also concealing the prey that they need in order to survive. To overcome this challenge, the hunters hearing must be extremely sharp so that the tiger does not miss an important opportunity to get food.