What is the population of tigers in India?
By 2013, the Bengal tiger population in the wild is 1900.
Approximately 2500 Bengal Tigers remain. The Bengal tiger is Native to India. Although preservation efforts are being made, A rise in water levels predict the destruction of the tigers natural habitat, as well as poaching and the scarcity of their prey. It seems the only tigers that will exist in the future will be in zoos and heavily protected wildlife reserves/national parks.
A tiger census published late in March 2011 estimated that there are 1,706 tigers roaming free in India. Although this figure is very low, it is good news, as the census indicates there are 295 more than the last time Indian tigers were counted, in 2006. According to reports, there were 40,000 tigers in India a century ago. The country is home to 40% of the world's tigers, with 23 tiger reserves in 17 states…