READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS that FOLLOW.
A man-eating tiger is a tiger that has been forced because of reasons beyond its control to start eating human beings. In nine cases out of ten either the tiger is wounded, or in the tenth case is very old. Human beings are not the natural prey of tigers and it is only when tigers are incapable of chasing or hunt they are forced to eat human flesh to live.
When a tiger is suffering from one or more painful wounds (which can happen when it is careless while killing a porcupine, its teeth are missing or defective or its claws are worn down), it is unable to catch its natural food which is an animal and is forced to kill human beings.
What should the tiger be careful of?
(C) Getting wounded
(D) Having bad teeth