How Many Bengal Tigers Are Left in the World?


As of December 2012, there are an estimated 4000 Bengal tigers that are left in the world. There are just around 1,800 of the tigers that are in the wild. The rest of them are in zoos and wildlife preserves. 
Q&A Related to "How Many Bengal Tigers Are Left in the World?"
There are around 2200 wild Bengal tigers now. 1800 are in India.
In 2001 the U.S. NGS estimated 5-7,000 were
Sadly, not many. About 4000, and most are in zoos and preserves.
The Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is a tiger subspecies native to the Indian subcontinent. In 2010 it became endangered by IUCN. There are less than 2,500 of these tigers
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In the world, there are under 4,000 Bengal Tigers left. For more information on Bengal Tigers, check out .
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