Majority of the tigers have orange coats, a fair medial and stripes that vary from brown or hay to pure black. Most of the tigers have more than hundred stripes.
These tigers are simply gorgeous and attract a wide range of wildlife tourists India from different global destinations for tiger safari.
Indian Tigers are beautiful and to increase tourist attraction, several tiger reservation projects have been taken up by government to save these creatures.
Indian tigers usually roam around an area of twenty square kilometers. The fact is interesting that Indian tigers have specific territories within a forest. There may be conflict between tigers if any one crosses or overlaps a particular territory.
Rhino calves along with young elephants are often taken when they are left unprotected by their herds. A case where a tiger killed an adult female Indian rhino has been observed.
In India, various techniques have been adapted to keep a track of these tigers. Previously, population of tigers were measured using paw marks of the tigers and at present hidden cameras are in use for the camera tapping process.
Tiger poaching is a punishable crime in India and government has initiated several tiger conservation projects to save the beauty of these Indian tigers.
Indian tigers can survive in varied habitats, varied habitats - grasslands, subtropical and tropical rain forests, wet and dry deciduous forests, scrub forests, and mangroves.
There are numerous forests in India that have Royal Bengal tigers and government is very optimistic about future of Indian tigers. Under strict conservation, numbers of tigers are now mounting up.
Indian tigers prefer hunting its prey during nights and usually remain within elephant grasses. As Indian tigers are strong swimmers, it acts as an added advantage during its hunting. Different tiger conservation units are ideal places to search for Indian tigers. These tigers are really beautiful and have high aesthetic value.