Have you ever seen the picture of the man holding the tiger by its tail? Most people have seen this picture and heard the story behind it, but very few actually know how to trap a tiger.
It's not as simple as you might think, and there are several different ways to do it depending on your location and the time of year. Keep reading to learn how to trap a tiger in three simple steps!
To catch a full grown tiger, you have to encircle it, then reduce the circle little by little. You can make a small enclosure, put some meat inside. Above all, you have to catch it alive. The ideal would be to catch it while it is sleeping and to anaesthetize it with a cartridge.
In order to trap a tiger, you need to make the best bait possible. To do this, you need to understand what tigers like to eat and what will attract them. Once you know this, you can create a bait that will lure the tiger into your trap. For example, if they enjoy eating beef, you would use beef as bait.
If they enjoy eating goat meat, then use goat meat as bait. You also want to take into account their preferences when it comes to live prey or dead prey - for example if they prefer live prey, put living animals in the trap and if they prefer dead prey then use animal carcasses instead of living animals in the trap.
First, you'll need to find a suitable location for your trap. Look for an area where tigers have been known to roam. Then, clear away any brush or debris that might obstruct the trap's activation.
Next, set the bait in the center of the trap. Be sure to use something that will attract the tiger's attention, such as fresh meat or a live animal. Finally, camouflage the trap with leaves and branches so that it blends in with its surroundings.
Be sure to check the trap every day and replace any food that may spoil. If you've done everything correctly, you should catch a tiger within days!
Now that you know how to trap a tiger, the next step is to learn how to transport the animal. You will need to find a cage or box that is big enough for the tiger, but not too big that it can escape.
Once you have found an appropriate container, you will need to place it in an area where the tiger is likely to roam. Finally, you will need to bait the trap with food or another item that will attract the animal.
Other ways to catch a tiger
1. Try using a net. This method is often used by zookeepers and animal control officers to safely capture tigers.
2. Another option is to use a snare, which is a wire or rope that is placed around the tiger's neck. When the tiger tries to move forward, the snare will tighten and eventually choke the animal.
3. You could also try using a baited cage trap.
The tiger is an endangered species. In order to help preserve the population, it is important to know how to trap one without arming it. This guide showed you how to do so in the most humane way possible.
Of course we do not encourage anyone to catch a tiger, this beautiful animal must be protected and allowed to live a peaceful life as far as possible from human activity.