Tigers are large, warm-blooded animals that are able to maintain their body temperatures internally. Therefore, climate change may not directly affect the tiger by making it too hot or too cold.
However, climate change is altering habitat. The milder winters and the reduction in snow is changing the microclimate of the place where tigers live. The change in temperature may also alter vegetation types, including those that tigers use as shelter or are fed on by prey of the tigers.
Climate change is affecting all sorts of plants and animals, either directly or indirectly, or perhaps both.
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