The Bengal tiger is named after the Indian province of Bengal and is primarily found in India. Its range also includes China, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar. 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 »

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Bengal tigers can be found in tropical forests and grassland biomes in India, China, Indonesia, Siberia and Bangladesh. They are at home in mangroves and tropical rainforests throughout continental Asia. 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 »

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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 »

White Bengal tigers, like all Bengal tigers, are endangered because of habitat loss, prey loss, illegal hunting for profit and conflicts with humans.There are less than 2,500 Bengal tigers in the wild. Bengal tigers live... More »

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Bengal tigers are endangered mainly because of habitat loss due to human development and climate change. Habitat loss also means loss of prey and poaching is a danger to both Bengal tigers and their prey animals. More »