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Male Bengal tiger's face (Panthera tigris tigris), full frame : Stock Photo
Other common name: Indian tiger. Karnataka, India. Bengal tigers are an endangered species with only an estimated 3,000-4,800 animals left in the wild. Native to a variety of habitats in India and South East Asia.

Male Bengal tiger's face (Panthera tigris tigris), full frame

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Manoj Shah
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Other common name: Indian tiger. Karnataka, India. Bengal tigers are an endangered species with only an estimated 3,000-4,800 animals left in the wild. Native to a variety of habitats in India and South East Asia.
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