Bengal Tigers by: isabel MIng

Kingdom: animal

Phylum: chordate

Class: mammal

Order: Carnivores

Family: felidae

Genus: roaring cats

Species: tigris

Geologic Time: Cenozoic

Habitat Description:

Bengal Tigers are found in areas of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Burma, and Bangladesh

They live in grasslands, subtropical, scrub forest, tropical rainforest, wet and dry deciduous forests and magroves

Closets Relatives

Siberian Tigers: The Siberian tiger and the Bengal tiger are the two largest tiger species in the world. The Bengal Tiger and Siberian Tiger share the same Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species.

Created By
Isabel Ming
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Credits:

Created with images by terimakasih0 - "tiger cat dangerous" • Paul Mannix - "Bengal tiger walking, Karnataka, India" • Paul Mannix - "Bengal tiger's face, Karnataka, India" • scottkatz - "tiger wild endangered"

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