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Endangered Species: Disha Bharj

Disha Bharj

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on 4 February 2015

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Transcript of Endangered Species: Disha Bharj

Why do they matter?
Where they can be found?
Location and How Many
Why are they endangered?
Fun Facts
Bengal Tiger Basics
Scientific Name- Panthera tigris tigris

Weight- around 550 pounds

Lenght- nearly 10 feet

There are more than 36 cat species in the world.

The Begal Tiger in the
Life of Pi
is Richard Parker.

When they roar you can hear them from two miles away.

Excellent swimmer. Like the waters.
What we can do to save them ?
In our environment
We can save the Bengal tiger by simply saving the earth from
global warming
Plant more trees
Don't hunt a lot
Close light when not being used
Stop wildlife crime(really important)
Endangered Species:
Bengal Tiger

By: Disha Bharj
India Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Myanmar.

Today there are less than 2500 in the wild

The mangroves forests of the Sundarbans where tigers are found.

The Sundarbans are being affected by global warming.
Tigers suffer from a severe loss of natural prey like deer and antelopes

They are often killed by angry villagers.

Habitat Loss: Agriculture and clearing forest create big problems
The Bengal Tiger is on the top of the food chain
A link in maintaining the rich diversity of nature.
with just one tiger, we protect around 25,000 acres of forest. These ecosystems supply both nature and people with fresh water, food, and health.
<- Where they are located
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