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1 Bengal Tiger By Lauren Blue

2 History The Bengal Tiger was first discovered in the Bengal region of India. The first White Bengal Tiger wasn’t found until five years after that, when a tiger wandered into a village and was killed. A little bit after that she had three babies. Two regular and one that was white.

3 Description Scientific name: Panthem tigris Common name: Bengal tiger Average size: over 7ft long, 3ft high Average weight for a male is about 440 lb Average weight for a female is about 400 lb Their colors are usually red-orange with black strips or white with black strips. Life span is over 20 years.

4 Habitat Bengal Tigers are only found in India and zoo’s. If they are in the wild they are found in jungles, forests, and swampy areas.

5 Diet Omnivore They will eat anything they kill, even other tiger but, they would eat mosses and grasses if food is scarce.

6 Family Life a. Offspring They have 2-7 cubs at once. The most cubs ever born was 13 cubs. They are usually pregnant for 3-4 months. b. The mother usually takes care of the cub for 3 years.

7 Characteristics a. A tiger is usually solitary in nature, and very aggressive. They are also territorial and will ward away any other tigers by showing they’re large teeth and claws.

8 Sources tigers/bengal-tiger-information.html tigers/bengal-tiger-information.html information.htm information.htm tigers.html tigers.html


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