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Bengal Tiger Cubs

Bengal tiger cubs and hunting don't go together; you can't hunt the babies because they're endangered. A female gives birth usually to 1-4 young. The young are born blind. They open their eyes in about two weeks. The kittens are born stripped and weight about 3 pounds. These little kittens join their mothers on the hunt from the time they are 8 weeks old. When they are 16 months old they are able to feed themselves. By age of 3 to 4 years old they become fully mature. These cats have a low reproductive rate; females become pregnant only once per 3 to 5 years. Bengal tiger cubs and hunting don't go together; you can't hunt the babies because they're endangered.

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Bengal Tiger Cubs

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Unfortunately many young die during the first several weeks of their life due to different natural reasons. Some kittens die because of hunger and diseases, others die because of different predators. White species are extremely rare, and they are much more vulnerable than their orange counterparts. There are around 500 white species in zoos, and they are very popular among animal fanciers all over the world. However, they are susceptible to a number of breeding depressions and have a short life span. They suffer from twisted necks, crossed eyes, spinal deformities and shortened tendons in the legs. Bengal tiger cubs and hunting don't go together; you can't hunt the babies because they're endangered.



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