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A Tiger collectible consist of many shapes, styles, textures and colors. A tiger figurine or tiger gift can be made of many different substances like glass tigers or crystal tigers. The sheer variety of texture and weight of collectible figurines makes collecting tiger collectibles fascinating. A glass tiger figurine feels very different from a porcelain tiger figurine. A White Tiger figurine looks different from a Bengal Tiger figurine. There are many reasons for collecting tiger figurines. The best reason for collecting a tiger figurine or a White Tiger Figurine is that its fun!
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Collecting dog figurines can be interesting intellectually. Knowing the history, and biology, habitat and sociology of the dog and knowing the dog's relationship with humans through history to the present can make collecting crystal dog figurines come alive. Collecting dog figurines can be done for fun and/or profit. Some of the dog collectibles are rare and worth quite alot. Profit may be a motive for collecting the dog figurine collectibles. Other dog figurines are just simply cute and fun to look at. You may find a dog figurine that is cracked or chipped but is just the dog you want. That's fine. Anything goes with a dog collectible. Or you may find the perfect dog that costs more than you'd like to spend. And, you may spend that little bit more just to get the dog figurine you want. The thrill of attaining your dog figurine can't be underestimated.
Collecting tiger figurines or white tiger figurines can be interesting intellectually. Knowing the history, and biology, habitat and sociology of the tiger and knowing the tiger's relationship with humans through history to the present can make collecting tiger statues come alive. Collecting tiger figurines can be done for fun and/or profit. Some of the tiger collectibles are rare and worth quite a lot. Profit may be a motive for collecting the tiger statue. Other tiger figurines are just simply cute and fun to look at. You may find a crystal tiger that is cracked or chipped but is just the tiger you want. That's ok. Anything goes with a tiger collectible. Or you may find the perfect WhiteTiger Figurine that costs more than you'd like to spend. And, you may spend that little bit more just to get the tiger figurine you want. The thrill of attaining your tiger figurine can't be underestimated.

Collecting is a hobby. Sometimes it's an obsession. But whether a hobby or obsession, it can bring much joy and make life interesting. There is nothing like the thrill of the hunt at a flea market to look for the perfect little tiger figurine. You may find a rare tiger collectible, or get a great deal on a crystal tiger. Or you may buy an glass tiger for the nostalgia as memorabilia. Crystal tigers are art and the main reason to buy art is because you like it or because it says something to you. The art of tiger figurines augment and beautify your life. If you go to an art gallery, you may see a glass tiger statue or crystal tiger sculpture that you like. It may lead you to buy a tiger figurine that is reminiscent of that trip to the gallery. This makes collecting a White Tiger figurine an enhancement to your life.

It is always a good idea to read collectible books to widen your understanding of tiger figurine collecting. The more you know, the greater the appreciation of the experience of having tiger collectibles. It also may enhance your ability to be aware of the financial side of collecting: tiger figurines and tiger collectibles can be worth more than you pay for them or worth less than you might pay for them. It may give you a history of a specific tiger figurine. Magazines and books about collectibles can have interesting stories about people who collect the same figurines that you collect.

Collecting mementos is not to be undervalued. I have a wonderful White Tiger figurine that I bought on vacation and every time I look at it I remember that wonderful time I had. Tiger collectibles make wonderful gift tigers, or birthday figurine gifts. It's fun to shop for a unique tiger figurine that you can give as a white tiger gift. The crystal tiger gift can be original yet fit in with the tiger collection and hobby of the person to whom you're giving the gift.

Did you know there is a word for people who collect figurines? It is "abrakophile": one whose fond of collecting knickknacks or trinkets. The bottom line about being a collector of tiger figurines or white tiger figurinesis that it is a hobby that is fun and interesting. Everyone has one reason or more for wanting collectibles. Tiger figurines are wonderful animals to collect because they are affordable and yet can be valuable. They are memorabilia yet art. Collectible tigers represent travels taken. They have real world importance. And, collecting tiger figurines is just plain satisfying!

You may find collecting tiger figurines more interesting if you know more about tigers. I hope that this helps make your tiger collectible more real and collecting more rewarding. Tigers are the largest cats of the large cats, bigger than lions. There are five types of tigers: Siberian, South China, Indochinese (Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam), Sumatra and Bengal. They don't live in Africa! The Siberian tiger is the largest of these and can weigh up to 800 lbs. with a body that is 13 ft. long. When you collect tiger figurines and white tiger figurines, you may be interested to know that tiger stripes are like fingerprints. No two tigers have the same striping patterns. They are thought to be striped because it is great camouflage. They are solitary animals, except mothers with cubs. Tiger territories overlap, so they are in each other's territories at times. Tigers generally eat mammals like deer, wild boar, water buffalo, peacock, hare, Gaur and crested porcupine. They love the water and they swim. Infact, they are great swimmers and can swim as far as 18 miles when need be. They love to play in the water and they "fish" in the water as well. Their territories have a source of water in them. Surprisingly, tigers live in different climates: jungles for the Bengal tigers, and wintry forests for the Siberian tigers and grasslands. A wonderful pose for a tiger figurine, glass tiger or crystal tiger is in the position of roaring. Tigers roar, they don't purr. They can live in the range of 10-15 years of age, up to 20 years in captivitiy. Tigers are "safe" in their habitat. Tigers have no predators in the animal world. They are the predators. However, the one "animal" they have to worry about are human beings. Hunting by human beings and depletion of their habitat are the main threats to their existence. Tiger claws are retractable. Paw prints are called pug marks. When you collect White Tiger figurines, remember that White Tigers are not albinos. Some of them are almost solid white, with the faintest of markings. Others have light brown markings. These white tigers have blue eyes. There are also a few black tigers in India. They are similar to black jaguars and leopards, known as black panthers.Tigers make wonderful collectibles. Whether you collect tiger figurines, tiger collectibles, white tiger figurines, glass tigers, or crystal tigers, you will find your enjoyment of it further enriched by knowing more about the tiger you collect.

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