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The Suez Canal's Effect on the Malayan Tiger
Choose from these words to fill the blanks below:
slaughter, 7th, ambush, Bali, Europeans, single, Americas, export, masculinity, boar, savagery, palm, deer, ritual, hinterlands, Suez, feline, Mamak, 1860s, Comanche, eat, food
how the transformation of agrarian                        upsets and changes the lives and livelihoods of a sedentary peasantry
tigers had been the subject of important              hunts
tigers have been for centuries a sacred animal for the Malayan
an icon of noble                 
the gods would often take on great              features
hunting was a ritual event
for men to display their                       
the traditional hunt was the chasing down of the great cat
it was a hunt, not a                   
humans coexisted with the tiger
depended on them
their real pest was the wild         
the tiger kept the number of wild boars down
similar to                  and Buffalo
the threat to the tiger came from land
boar and          would roam, eat plants
became prey for tigers
this was the land that                    wanted to use for crops
this would eliminate the          source of tigers
tigers consume large amounts of food
stock and              predators
rely on element of surprise
don't        their prey in one meal
needs many deer and boar to keep a tiger alive
tiger needed much land
           tipping point
the opening of the          Canal
now Europeans could treat the frontiers in Southeast Asia in the same way as in the                 
clearing Sumatra for
         oil plantations
rice paddies
1913, Indonesia the        largest producer of coffee in the world
the agriculture took on an             -led grown model
            -crop plantations
the end to diversified agriculture
those that lost in this transformation
village tribes people
Malayan tigers
wiped out from         
rare in Java and Sumatra
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