How to spot a tiger with its eyes closed

When you see a tiger in the wild, the first thing you think of is its ferocious eyes and the way they stare down on you.

But there are a few things to keep in mind.

The eyes are there for a reason.

A tiger will stare at you and its predatory gaze isn’t to make friends.

It is a way to intimidate and make you pay for it.

And if you’re looking at a tiger when you’re out in the open, it may be because you’re in a place where you aren’t sure it will see you.

“If you’re walking on a dirt road, you have a different chance of seeing a tiger,” says Scott Jankiewicz, a tiger expert with the University of Texas-Austin’s Animal Behavior Institute.

“If you’ve got a grassy field with people walking on it, you’re more likely to see a lot of them, so it’s going to be less likely.”

The best place to see if you can see a male tiger is when you are standing in the middle of a crowd of people, looking down on them from the same vantage point.

That’s when you should be able to see its eyes.

It’s also a good time to try to look away from a person and try to get your eyes under the tiger’s belt.

But if you do that, you won’t be seeing the entire tiger.

In order to get an accurate picture of a tiger, you need to see it in its natural habitat.

“We call it a submissive tiger,” Jankiews says.

“A submissive animal is one that is completely submissive to its environment.”

For this reason, when a male cat is seen in the street, it’s typically in the shadow of a tall, skinny tree.

If a male animal is seen around a fence or fence post, it could be lying in wait.

If you’re on a road and there are people driving by, chances are you can spot a female tiger.

“It’s usually a white female tiger that is either resting or resting at the bottom of a tree or grassy area,” Janksiewicz says.

So even if you don’t see one in the field, you can still be able see her by looking for her in her natural habitat and making eye contact with her.

It’s not uncommon for a male to be seen with a female when he’s out in nature.

But a male can be seen in a group of females.

When you look up, he’s usually sitting on the same tree as the group.

“The female tigers have to be in a dominant position,” Janskiews explains.

“That means the male must have his hands on the female’s head.”

The good news is, the tiger you see will be a submissively dominant male, Jankiws says, so if you see him when you see one, it will be an aggressive male, which is what you should try to avoid.

Jankiew is a big fan of keeping your distance.

“It’s good to know that you’re not alone,” he says.