Bengal Tiger Informative Facts:
A mother Bengal tiger and her cub rest in the tall grass of a meadow. Tiger cubs remain with their mothers for two to three years before dispersing to find their own territory.
Earth’s Disappearing Wildlife:
The Gray Whale and the Black Rhino are among the world’s ten most endangered species. The good news? The enterprising traveler can still see them. All it takes is a well-planned itinerary
A Royal Bengal tiger cools off in the water. India’s latest tiger census shows an increase in the numbers of the endangered big cat.The census counted at least 1,706 tigers in forests across the country, about 300 more than four years ago, a government official said Monday.