An estimated 3,900 tigers remain in the wild, but more work is needed to protect this species to secure its future in the wild.
How many Bengal tigers remain in 2020?
Less than 2,000 Bengal tigers remain in the wild. Hunting and population growth are major threats to Bengal tigers. As the population grows, people need more places to live. This will reduce the amount of tiger wildlife.
What is the population of Indian Bengal tigers in 2020?
The Indian tiger population is estimated to be 2,603 to 3,346 by 2018. It is estimated to be about 300-500 in Bangladesh, 220-274 in Nepal and 103 in Bhutan. It is estimated that tigers have inhabited the Indian subcontinent for about 12,000 to 16,500 years since the late Pleistocene.
How many Bengal tigers will remain in the world in 2021?
1-There are an estimated 3890 tigers left in the wild. According to 2-WWF, more tigers (5,000-7,000) live in captivity in the United States than in the wild.