As the Bengal Tiger is walking to the camera, you can see its fixed gaze on the lens. Straightaway, you can see its magnificent coat of stripes and flick of its curled tail while its mouth is slightly ajar. The grass surrounding the Bengal Tiger is parched and brown.
These beats we know for their ferocious strength. As a result, they rely on stealth and camouflage to get as close to their prey as possible. Indeed, they cannot chase prey over long distances. Once their prey is within reach, they react with a sudden explosive attack.
The Bengal Tiger we also know as the Royal Bengal Tiger or the Indian Tiger. The Indians continuously feature that predator in India’s rich culture and history. However, even though it is a beloved wild animal, it is under threat from poachers and habitat loss. The moralless poachers thrive under their well-organized crime. Due to habitat loss, they will often hunt livestock. Since human inhabitants are closing in on their domain, they will capture what they can get.
Bengal Tiger, Panthera Tigris, is on the IUCN list as a critically endangered species.
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