Bengal tigers are found throughout India, Bangladesh, Burma and Nepal. They are a solitary animal and both males and females have their own marked territory. They mark this territory by spraying urine on trees and rocks as well as scratching bark off of trees. Bengal tigers are known as one of nature’s most feared predators and can kill animals over twice their size. They are considered nocturnal and will hunt only at night.
A tiger’s stripes help them to camouflage into their surroundings, and their stripes are unique to each tiger.
A mother will give birth to two to four young that will live with their mother up to three years. After they are grown, they move on and establish their own territory.