ACCI DB Bengal Tigers

A bengal tiger

Bengal tigers (Panthera tigris tigris) are common feline animals in India and Bangladesh.

Very powerful and dangerous, they weigh up to 325 kilograms and can be over 3 meters long. Commonly feeding on ungulates and rarely on smaller prey, Bengal tigers will supposedly also feed on other predators if needed. Only wounded or starved tigers feed on humans, although they generally don't leave their own territory. Man-eating tigers are so rare that the few recorded specimens have become legendary and appeared in novels and hunting tales. Bengal tigers are highly symbolic animals in India.