Being a wild animal, elephant is an useful to humanity in various ways. Even, it is very useful in comparison to other wild animals. After a little training, it can be a best tamed animal. People used to hunt for its tusks and bones which are very costly. Just because of its hunting, its habitats are in danger. So, we should try our best to save its life.
Everyone appreciates tiger for its physical appearance. It looks very beautiful and belongs to the cat family. It is mostly found in two colours, white and orange or golden with black strips. It is found different in sizes. Siberian tiger is the biggest tiger among all the present breeds of tiger. It has a big jaw to catch its prey. A tiger can run around 85km/h. It eats about 50 to 55 pounds of flesh in a one meal during the night. It has four sharp teeth (two in upper jaw and rest in lower) which help him to catch the prey in its grip. Tiger’s muscular legs are so powerful that they can stay in standing position even after being dead. It has a largest brain in comparison of other carnivorous animals. The weight of its brain is over 300kg.
When we talk about the wild animals we utter the name of tiger as the famous wild animal. As we all know much about him; it is admiring by everyone for its beautiful physical appearance, courage and stamina. Just because of these following qualities, Indian government has declared it as ‘The National animal of India’. It is considered as the cruelest wild animal so everyone has fear of it.
The scientific name of Siberian tiger is ‘P.T. Atlaica’. This subspecies of tiger is also known as Amur tiger which is found in Russia. In 1940, this subspecies was dropped intensely and currently 40 tigers of this subspecies are left; Russia stepped in and saved this subspecies. In 1980, there were 500 tigers. In comparison with the other subspecies, Amur tiger has thicker coats, paler hues and less strips in dark brown color instead of black stripes.
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The national animal of India is Tiger. It is very beautiful in its physical appearance. It is found in two colours (orange or golden and white). It has small fur overall its body. Its eyes look like a burning lamp in the night. It sleeps in day and goes for a hunt during the night. It has good smell sense, by the help of this sense it can hunt easily. It has four long canine teeth in which two are in the upper jaws and rest in lower jaw. It has great strength and stamina. Its forelimbs are very strong. It is a quadruped beast. It lives in wet, humid and hot forests as well as in ice cold forest. People admire the Tiger for its strength, courage and beauty. The child of a tiger is called as cub and the female tiger is called as Tigress.
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However, there has been a revival of interest in beauty in both artand philosophy in recent years, and several theorists have made newattempts to address the antinomy of taste. To some extent, suchapproaches echo G.E. Moore's: “To say that a thing is beautifulis to say, not indeed that it is itself good, but that it is anecessary element in something which is: to prove that a thing istruly beautiful is to prove that a whole, to which it bears aparticular relation as a part, is truly good” (Moore 1903, 201).One interpretation of this would be that what is fundamentallyvaluable is the situation in which the object and the personexperiencing are both embedded; the value of beauty might include bothfeatures of the beautiful object and the pleasures of theexperiencer.
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Alexander Nehamas, in Only a Promise of Happiness (2007),characterizes beauty as an invitation to further experiences, a waythat things invite us in, while also possibly fending us off. Thebeautiful object invites us to explore and interpret, but it alsorequires us to explore and interpret: beauty is not to be regarded asan instantaneously apprehensible feature of surface. And Nehamas, likeHume and Kant, though in another register, considers beauty to have anirreducibly social dimension. Beauty is something we share, orsomething we want to share, and shared experiences of beauty areparticularly intense forms of communication. Thus, the experience ofbeauty is not primarily within the skull of the experiencer, butconnects observers and objects such as works of art and literature incommunities of appreciation.