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TIGER: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "tiger"
To do the sign for "tiger" form both hands into shallow-"CLAW" shapes (curved 5-handshapes). Hold your hands in front of your face. Make a "clawing" motion that moves backwards and to the side. Repeat.
Sample sentence: TIGER HAVE SPOTS? (Do tigers have spots?)
If you want to learn more animal signs, check out:
Also see: ANIMALS
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