Bengal Tiger By Advait and zAcH

The bengal tiger is one of the largest species of cat existing to this date.

We have chosen this species of tiger because of its extraordinary way of survival.

The bengal tiger works on it own to survive however it interacts with other tigers. The Bengal Tiger is found in parts of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Burma. Natural Habitat: The habitat is varied: grasslands, subtropical and tropical rainforests, scrub forests, wet and dry deciduous forests and mangroves.

This aggressive cat is very protective of its territory.Since they are carnivorous, they largely eat chital, deer, gaur, sambar, and other creatures.

The bengal tiger can survive in most environments. In the rainforest , where it is cold and damp they have plenty of water and can hunt animals such as boar. In grass lands they can hunt plenty of animals, including hyenas.

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Advait and Zach
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Created with images by Koshyk - "Tiger" • Steph Lauren x - "Pi and Ravi" • mitzy123 - "tiger cat wild" • Thanwan Singh - "Tiger Move" • angela n. - "Tiger"

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