Poachers showed no mercy for the Bengal tigers in this image, whose heads and fur will be sold.
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A major threat to the Bengal tiger is climate change. Climate change harms the tiger because the rising sea level causes dirty saline water to run into the tiger's drinking water and this causes them to become sick and die. Also, the higher water level has led to less tiger habitat because it has reduced the size of the Sundarbans forest. Changing the light bulbs in your house will result…
The endangerment of the Bengal tiger should be a big issue for India as the tiger is a major icon and symbolises courage, pride and bravery. There are only 1,700 to 2,500 Bengal tigers left in the world and this number is rapidly dropping as poachers increase. India is the only place where these beautiful creatures are found, so the person who can best make decisions to save the species is…
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