National Animal Of India Bengal Tiger
The National Animal of India is Royal Bengal Tiger.it is threatened species of Tiger, it is also found in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka.it is Found mostly in all over the country without Northeastern parts of India.West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka Jungles are home to Royal Bengal Tiger.In 1973 India declared the Tiger National Animal of the country. royal tiger represents the history and culture of India.the beautiful and charming carnivores is the largest cat in the genus Panthera(Lions, Jaguars, Tiger, and Leopards,) there are Abot Eight varieties of Tiger found in India.
India is the country With 70% of Tiger population all over the world.about a Research there were 2500 adult tigers in India. In Karnataka, the Bandipur National Park has the highest number of tiger approximately 408 tigers.The habitat of the royal tiger is Grasslands, dry scrublands, tropical and also subtropical rainforests in India.
its eye color is Yellow, the body is muscular and Animal forelimbs are very Powerful.Length of the tiger is up to 3 meters, and weight is about 180 to 300 Kg.the tiger are magnificent swimmers and also claim on trees.Diet of the tiger is nilgais, buffalos, gaurs, chital deer, sambars, rabbits, and monkeys.one time the tiger can eat up to 25 kilograms of meat and can survive without food for three weeks. also, India’s postage and currency notes present Royal Bengal tiger. Tiger has always importance in Indian Cultural and Hindu Religion.
Facts About National Animal OF India Royal Bengal Tiger
- Scientific Name: Panthera tigris tigris
- Common Name: Royal Bengal tiger,
- Kingdom: Animalia
- Phylum: Chordata
- Class: Mammalia
- Clade: Synapsida
- Order: Carnivora
- Suborder: Feliformia
- Family: Felidae
- Genus: Panthera
- Species: Panthera tigris
- Subspecies: Panthera tigris tigris
- LifeSpan: Approximately 8-10 years
- Length: Approximately 3 Meters Male and 2.6 Meters Female
- Height: Approximately
- Weight: Approximately
- Found in: India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar
- Habitat: Grasslands, Dry scrublands, Tropical And Subtropical Rainforests
- Conservation Status: Endangered