Saber-Toothed Tigers are no longer living. They are gone. extinct. hibernating. destroyed.

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Saber-Toothed Tigers are no longer living. They are gone. extinct. hibernating. destroyed.

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Hi again, they are extinct!
hibernating is what bears do
@Bamboozled how can you be so sure
ok so b for sure?
how many times have you seen a saber tooth tiger in real life?
they might be hibernating do you know for sure?
well, i am going by what scientists have said
most people go through life without ever seeing a real mole. or a vole. does that mean they do not exist?
@IrishBoy123 yeah no science says so other wise.
They might be hibernating somewhere in a faraway galaxy. But I think the chances of nice are very slim because it is very unlikely that another earth like planet had exact or similar evolution to our world. but anyways which of the words @geny55 match they are no longer living?
think critically, that is really important
hybernating?
bats?
Its biology, what doesn't live in our planet, is gone forever, specially if there are no more species of it.
no longer living = extinct
They might be hibernating somewhere in a faraway galaxy. But I think the chances of that are very slim because it is very unlikely that another earth like planet had exact or similar evolution to our world. but anyways which of the words @geny55 match they are no longer living? @geny55 Hybernating basically means they rest up somewhere. It is not a permanent rest.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/extinct
cool!! Hiberniating hiding out in Bronze Age Scotland. there's a Nobel Prize in that one :p
b or c!
the other assumption is this. did they ever exist in the first place?
b
and u have to look at context clues in the question @IrishBoy123
They are extinct
no longer living.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/extinct
context clues context and online dictionaries.....
Give an example of a limiting factor. Describe in detail how this factor limits population growth.
depends on what type of factor, like natural disaster?
so you are answering online questions by just following the rules they set? and no-one really knows whether sabre toothed tigers ever existed, or whether, and how and when, they might have died out?

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