The Bengal Tiger
The Bengal tiger is the most common tiger subspecies and is found mainly in India, but also in neighboring countries. They are known for their distinctive orange coat with black stripes and white belly. These majestic creatures are at the top of the food chain and hunt large prey such as deer, wild pigs, and buffalo. Unfortunately, their population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and poaching, with only around 2,500 individuals remaining in the wild. Conservation efforts have been put in place to protect these endangered animals.