BENGAL TIGER VIDEO

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BENGAL TIGER FAST FACTS










BENGAL TIGER FAST FACTS


DESCRIPTION: Reddish orange with narrow black, gray or brown stripes, generally in a vertical direction. The underside is creamy or white; a rare variant has a chalky white coat with darker stripes and icy blue eyes.
SIZE:
MALE To 3 m (10 ft.)
FEMALE To 2.7 m (9 ft.)
WEIGHT: Largest existing member of the cat family
MALE To 225 kg (500 lb.)
FEMALE To 135 kg (300 lb.)
DIET: Medium to large prey such as pigs, deer, antelopes, and buffalo
GESTATION: 98-110 days; 2-4 cubs born
SEXUAL MATURITY:
MALE 4-5 years
FEMALE 3-4 years
LIFE SPAN: Average probably not more than 15 years in the wild; 16-18 years in controlled environments
RANGE: Fragmented areas of Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Bhuton, and Burma
HABITAT: Tropical jungle, brush, marsh lands, and tall grasslands
POPULATION: GLOBAL Less than 3,000 within natural range
STATUS: IUCN No data
CITES No data
USFWS Endangered

Bengal Tiger

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