• Home for the Bengal Tiger is India and Southeast Asia. It lives in the forest, the grassland, or the swamps.
• Bengal Tigers are fully grown between two and three years of age. Males reach up to 10 feet and can weigh between 400 to 575 pounds.
• The orange-brown color with black stripes is not only on the Tiger's fur, but also on its skin. The belly is white with black stripes. No two tigers are the same; each Bengal Tiger has its own pattern of stripes. The fur's pattern acts as a camouflage to help hide the tiger in tall grass and trees.
• Bengal Tigers have white spots behind their ears that look like eyes.
• White Bengal Tigers are very rare in the wild and are bred and raised in the zoos. They are mutated animals from India, not albinos.