Bengal Tiger

Panthera Tigris Tigris

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Why the Bengal Tiger is endangered

Bengal Tiger are endangered due to humans envying their natural habitats. They are also endangered by being poisoned, shot, and trapped, for people to use their valuable skin, and bones for ancient medicine.

Bengal Tiger habitat

The Bengal Tiger lives in evergreen, dry, deciduous, and upland forests, mangroves, and alluvial grasslands. These are located in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, China, Russia, and a small amount in the DPRK (N. Korea)

Impact of Introducing the Bengal Tiger to the Habitat

The producers population will decrease due to the tiger eating more of its prey, This will cause other organisms to thrive, while eating more of the producers, thus reducing their population size.
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Physical Adaption Number One

The Bengal Tiger's unique fur, striped coat help it disguise itself to its prey, so it can attack with surprise, and have a better chance of catching the prey. I can add a lot of brush, twigs, trees, etc. so the tiger can blend in, and its surprise its prey.

Physical Adaption Number Two

The Bengal Tiger's bones are tightly connected by ligaments to cousin the impact of leaping, running, and pouncing. Since they can easily run and jump without hurting themselves, I can include small hills, and cliffs, and a lot of space to run after its prey.

Behavioral Adaption Number One

The Bengal Tiger, against all stereotypes that cats don't like to swim, is a great swimmer. They usually sit in the water for most part of the day to escape the heat. I added a river for the tiger to spend the day in

Behavioral Adaption Number Two

Bengal Tiger cubs stay with the mother for two to three years befogging leaving to begin their own families. Since the mother needs someplace to protect her cubs, I will add a cave to the zoo for her, and her cubs.