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Transcript of Bengal Tiger
By Franco Correa
Some adaptions the Bengal Tiger has is their large jaws and sharp teeth which helps them hunt there prey. They also adapt to their camouflage coat which helps them blend into wild surroundings to catch their prey.
Some abiotic factors in the Bengal Tiger's habitat is soil,rocks, and water.Some biotic factors of the Bengal Tiger's habitat is plants, grasses, tall trees, and some other animals.
The Bengal Tiger lives in India and southeast Asia. Its habitat is in tropical rainforests, forests and woodlands.
The Bengal Tiger's community is made up of rivers, tall tropical trees, plants, grasses, and other animals
Biotic and Abiotic Factors
There's 36 species in the Tigris family . The Bengal Tiger is the most numerous tiger species. They live alone and aggressive hunting for animals. They can travel miles and miles just to find their prey. Their hearing is 5 times better than humans and their night vision is 6 times better than humans. They also weigh 400-600 pounds and are 4-6 feet tall.
The Bengal Tiger eats wild deer, wild cattle, buffalo, monkeys, birds, frogs, young elephants, and porcupines.
Role and Energy Level
The Bengal Tiger is vital to our ecosystem. When they are protected, our ecosystems supply people and nature with fresh water food and health.
The Bengal Tiger is a secondary consumer of the energy level.
Bengal Tigers like spending time with themselves, therefore, it's rare for them to interact with other tigers. The father leaves the mother and the mother abandons her cubs for them to grow.