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The Bengal Tiger, which can be found in dense forests and mangrove swamps are the most numerous subspecies of tigers, but even then there is only about 2,500 left in the wild. They
Bengal Tigers can be found in dense forests and mangrove swamps
The decline in Bengal tigers is happening mainly due to prey numbers declining because of poaching for meat and prey
Bengal tigers are very important to our ecosystem because of the fact that they are on top of the food chain in the wild and they are very important to maintaining the diversity in nature. With just one tiger being protected we can save 25,000 acres of forest.
There is work being done to secure the habitat where tigers need to survive long-term. Successful reforestation has led to the return of tigers among many other species
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