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National Animal of Bangladesh

the tiger has a majestic appearance and manners. It looks like a cat. So it is called the niece of the cat.

Classes: there are various kinds of tigers. The Chita, Leopard, the Wolf and the Royal Bengal Tiger belong to the family of tigers. Of them the Royal Bengal Tiger of the Sundarbans is the largest. The Royal Bengal Tiger is our national animal.

Appearance: the tiger has a round face. His body is of brown colour with black spots. There are spotted tiger also, his eyes are bright and he has sharp claws in the paws of his four feet. He has very sharp teeth. He is from six to eight feet long and four feet high. His body is longer than that of the lions. But he is not very high. He has whiskers below the nose. His head is round.

Where found: Tigers are found in the tropical forests of Asia, Africa and America. The Sundarbans of Bangladesh are suitable for the tigers to live in.

Nature: the tiger is very ferocious. They are blood thirsty. They are very cruel too. At day time they sleep in the bushy thickets of the forest. And at night they get out in search of prey. They lie in waiting for prey near the pools of rivers. When small animals came to drink, they fall on them. Tigers are stronger than any other of the animals. Tigresses give birth to three or four cubs at a time and they are fond of the cab.
Food: blood is the dearest food of the tiger. They also like flesh very much. They kill cows, goats and deer.

Usefulness: The tiger is not of great use to us. Its skin is used by the devotees. They sit on it. We see the tiger showing tricks in the circus. The tiger adds to the beauty of the forest.

Conclusion: Tiger is our national animal. Tiger is the strongest wild animal. So, the shadow of the tiger head is beautified on the taka and on the body of the shoulder of the army of Bangladesh.