A tiger is a creature that resembles a wood tiger.
Wood tigers are known for their great strength and endurance.
They can run at speeds of more than 100 mph, are able to swim, climb trees, climb rocks, swim under water, and can hunt by digging holes.
Wood tigers are not the only creatures that have been discovered that resemble wood.
A small wood tiger called Aka-Nau-Dra has been discovered in Madagascar.
Aka was originally found in an old, abandoned cave in Madagascar in 1884.
The cave was filled with mud and dried, but Aka had no idea it was in there when she was found.
Ako-Nua-Drah was found in 1885 in a cave in a village in the southern part of the country.
The village was about 20 kilometers (12 miles) from where Aka and her friends were found.
Wood tiger cubs are born in the woods and then moved to the wild when they are about three to four months old.
They live in small groups with their mothers.
They often eat berries and other fruits from trees and bushes, as well as leaves and flowers.
Wood and bamboo are the primary food of wood tigers.
In Madagascar, the forest is filled with trees, bushes, and vines that are used to grow bamboo, which is a staple food of the tiger.
In addition, wood is used to make clothing, shoes, and tools.
Wood has also been used as an insecticide, a fertilizer, and as a tool to make bricks.
Wood is also used as a building material.
Wood is used as insulation to prevent fire from burning through.
In the early 1800s, wood was used as the building material for the village of Manta, Madagascar.
Wood was used to build wooden houses that were used to protect people from the heat of the tropical sun.
Today, wood houses still survive in the village.
In recent years, the village has begun to use wood as a material for roofs.
A bamboo mat made from wood is still used as part of a temporary shelter for the homeless.
Wood also is used in traditional Chinese medicine, and in many traditional African tribes.
Wood used in building materials is used by people to make baskets, baskets are used as firewood, and baskets are a way of transporting goods.
Wood trees grow in the rainforest in Southeast Asia, and the forest contains many species of trees, such as pines, ash trees, and hemlocks.
Wood has been used in woodworking and in the manufacture of wooden products for over 2,000 years.
A number of trees from woodlands, such that are indigenous to the region, have been used by humans for food, shelter, and protection.