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Do Bengal Tigers Live in the Rainforest?

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Yes, Bengal tigers make homes in the rainforest. Bengal tiger is a pure Subcontinent breed which makes habitat in a wide range of rainforests. It is thought to occur in the tropical moist rainforests as well as tropical dry rainforests.

Do Bengal Tigers Live in the Rainforest?

They will occupy subtropical moist deciduous forests, temperature upland forests, and evergreen forests. Unlike cheetah or a lion, Bengal tigers fancy living in the rainforests.

Tigers generally prefer rainforests possibly due to their frequent drinking habits. They drink nearly every day which is why Bengal tigers live near small water bodies. African big cats are quite adaptable to surviving days without drinking while Asian cats are not.

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