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  • 1. Cody YoungPeriod 6BENGAL TIGER
  • 2. LINKS Scientific name Range Diet Physical description Breeding info Special behavior or unique anatomy Weird info Video or sound conclusion
  • 3. SCIENTIFIC NAME Panthera tigris tigris
  • 4. RANGE India Nepal Bangladesh Bhutan
  • 5. DIET Carnivores Main Diet is large sized Ungulates Chital, Sambar, and Gaur And to a lesser extent Barasingha, Water buffalo, Nilgai, Serow, and Takin, Wild Boar, and livestock animals
  • 6. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION Color  Yellow to light orange with dark brown to black stripes, white underbelly and interior parts of limbs weight  Male- 488 pounds average  Female- 308 pounds average Length  Male- 110-120 inches from tail to snout  Female- 94-104 inches from tail to snout
  • 7. BREEDING INFO Males Reach maturity at 4-5 years of age, females 3-4 years 1-4 cubs per litter Cubs are born with closed eyes and ears
  • 8. SPECIAL BEHAVIOR OR UNIQUE ANATOMY Colors range from Yellow to white, and the stripes, the most noticeable and unique part of the Bengal Tiger, range from dark brown to black.
  • 9. WEIRD INFO Some Bengal Tigers are born white, a mutation by the presence of a recessive gene. White Bengal Tigers tend to be larger then many other white tigers, at birth and adult
  • 10. VIDEO OR SOUND Video
  • 11. CONCLUSION THE END