Bengal Tiger

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Bengal Tiger by Mind Map: Bengal Tiger

1. Status

1.1. Endangered

1.2. Less than 2000 left in the world

2. Habitat

2.1. India

2.1.1. Its the national animal

2.2. Bangladesh

2.2.1. Its the national animal

2.3. Nepal

2.4. Bhutan

3. Action Plan

3.1. India

3.1.1. Has made 11 47,000 acre protection areas

3.1.2. New plan to conserve the bengal tiger

3.1.2.1. Has spent 13 million rupees (300000$)

3.1.3. Has launched anti-poaching force

3.2. Nepal

3.2.1. Has made 11 47,000 acre protection areas

3.2.2. Aims to double the population

3.3. Bangladesh

3.3.1. Thay are working against poachers

3.4. What we can do

3.4.1. Adopt a bengal tiger

3.4.2. Donate

3.4.2.1. you can donate to savethetiger.org

3.4.3. Create awareness about conservation

4. Human Interaction

4.1. Pros

4.1.1. Humans are raising funds to protect the Bengal Tigers

4.1.2. Making conservation areas

4.2. Cons

4.2.1. Humans are poaching the bengal tigers

4.2.2. farmers are killing the bengal tiger for revenge because they ate their livestock

5. Reproduction

5.1. Gestational period of 104-106 days

5.2. Females mature at 3-4 years of age

5.3. A tigress comes into "heat" at intervals of about 3–9 weeks, and is receptive for 3–6 days

5.4. Males mature at the age of 4-5 years

5.5. Mating can happen at anytime

5.5.1. Mainly happens beetween april and november

5.6. Bengal tigers have liters of 2-6

6. Cause of Endangerment

6.1. Mainly poaching for their skin

6.2. Use of bones in chinese medicine

6.3. Urbanization

6.4. Revenge

6.4.1. By farmers

6.5. Climate change

7. Characteristics

7.1. Latin name

7.1.1. Panthera tigris tigris

7.2. Males are 221.2 kg

7.3. Females are 139.7 kg

7.4. The tail is 85–110 cm long

7.5. Their height is 90–110 cm at the shoulders

7.6. They are much like Siberian tiger

7.7. The Bengal tiger's roar can be heard for up to 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) away

7.8. Bengal tigers live alone

7.9. Bengal tigers mark their territory by urinating

7.10. Tigers use their distinctive coats as camouflage (no two have exactly the same stripes).

8. Threats

8.1. People

8.2. Global Warming

9. Map

9.1. Range

10. Bengal Tiger Facts

10.1. Bengal tiger records

10.1.1. The heaviest bengal tiger weighed 388.7 kg

10.1.2. the biggest bengal tiger

10.1.2.1. Body length of 221cm

10.1.2.2. 150 cm of chest girth

10.1.2.3. Shoulder height of 109 cm

10.1.2.4. and a tail of just 81 cm

10.1.2.5. weighed 272kg

10.2. Their fur color also comes in white

10.3. The size of male tiger can be as big as 3 meters

10.4. Female can be up to 2.7 meter long

10.5. it is the biggest member of the cat family

10.6. All five species of tigers are endangered

11. Lifecycle

11.1. Cubs weigh 700-1200g at birth

11.2. Their milk teeth grow out 2-3 weeks after birth

11.3. 12-18 months after they get their milk teeth they get dentition teeth

11.4. They start eating solid foods at the age of 6-8 months

11.5. At the age of 5-6 months the cubs follow their mother around so that they can learn how to hunt

11.6. After 2-3 years the adult tigers move to their own territtory

11.7. When the pack has completely split up the mother comes into "heat" again

11.8. The average life span of a Bengal tiger is 8-10 years

12. Bibliography

12.1. Wikipedia

12.2. Wonderclub.com

12.3. Allexperts.com

12.4. Indiantiger.org

12.5. Savethetigerfund.org

12.6. tigers.missouri.edu

12.7. animals.nationalgeographic.com

12.8. Defenders.org

12.9. Bbc.co.uk

12.10. Pictures-of-cats.org

13. Biome

13.1. Forests

13.1.1. Deciduous forests

13.1.2. Coniferous forests

13.1.3. Tropical rain forests

13.2. Grasslands

13.2.1. Temperate grasslands

13.2.2. Tropical savannas

14. Diet

14.1. Pigs

14.2. Deers

14.3. Antiloptes

14.4. Buffalos

14.5. A hungry bengal tiger can eat up to 60 pounds of meat in one night