The Bengal tiger is one of the dominant predators in its ecosystem and is prey to very few animals; its main threat is the human being, as tigers often are victims of poaching or illegal hunting. They are also killed dur... More »

The world's tiger species are distributed throughout geographically diverse regions of Asia. According to the Miami Museum of Science and the World Wildlife Federation, tigers reside chiefly in India, China, Korea and Ru... More »

The white tiger lives in the southeastern part of Asia, including Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh, as well as in various parts of India. White tiger habitats range from tropical forests and jungles to mangrove swamps. More »

Despite their large size of up to 550 pounds, Bengal tigers move gracefully due to their powerful leg and shoulder muscles. Because their hind legs are longer than their front legs, they are able to leap upon their prey.... More »

Bengal tigers do not have natural enemies. These tigers are among the largest and strongest in the world, allowing them to dominate the food chain without any predators. More »

Bengal tigers are mammals with a carnivorous diet, primarily eating large mammals such as wild deer, pigs and buffalo. This species can eat as much as 60 pounds of food in one night if they are really hungry. Bengal tige... More »

According to National Geographic, Bengal tigers have an average lifespan of eight to 10 years in the wild. In captivity they have a lifespan of up to 18 years. More » Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats