The national animal of India is Tiger.
29 July is world tiger day.
They live in caves and are often found in dense forests. They can also be found at the zoo.
Tiger is a wild cat belonging to the cat family. It can be found in India, Russia and Bangladesh.
There are 30 teeth in the tiger, with two of them being very sharp and pointed.
Wild cats are meat-eating mammals. They have two canine teeth in each of their lower and upper jaws to cut through the flesh.
Tigers love to hunt leopards, wild buffaloes, pythons and deer.
Each stripe of the tiger's coat is a unique print that can be compared to human fingerprints.
The urine of tigers smells like fried popcorn and they use it to mark their territory on trees.
"Project Tiger" was a major initiative that the Indian Government started in 1973, under the leadership Indira Gandhi.
Tigers live between 14 and 16 years. A tiger can live for approximately 25 years. They prefer to be alone and live a quiet life.