Portfolio of Bengal tiger photographs. The elusive cat is a significant predator living in the Indian subcontinent also the biggest wild cat globally. We have close up photographs of the eyes, playing cubs in the water, and more. During the day, they usually sleep to save energy for their hunts. To stalk prey, they use tall grass and trees before they attack them. This animal lives in solitary, except the female tiger. Their cubs will stay with their mother for about 2-3 years. You can hear a tiger roar from over 3 kilometers / 2 miles away. Also, their coat differs from each individual, like our fingerprints. Tigers you can find in several National Parks, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan. You can license and buy photo prints of our Bengal tiger photographs.