India’s national animal, the Bengal tiger, is a powerful icon of our cultural and natural heritage. The largest species of cat in the world, tigers range across Asia from Russia all the way to Sumatra and Indochina. Thanks to intensive conservation efforts over the last five decades, India now holds over two thirds of the world’s tigers, around 3,000. About 50 tiger reserves have been declared in India so far, and these Protected Areas are kept relatively sacrosanct through conservation, management and protection efforts. Tigers thrive in temperate, deciduous, thorny scrub and evergreen forests, as well as mangrove swamps and grasslands.

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