Diet of Bengal #Tigers
in Chitwan National Park, #Nepal
Bengal tiger is one of the #toppredators of the forest and grassland ecosystems. Historically, tigers were distributed across the lowland Himalayan forests, but now exist only in the lowland forests on the slopes of the Siwalik range (< 1000 m) and among the rich alluvial grasslands and riverine forests in a series of valleys. Authors studied the diet of the Bengal tigers in Chitwan National Park, Nepal using scat analysis.
Bhandari, S., Chalise, M. & Pokharel, C. (2017). Diet of Bengal Tigers (Panthera tigris tigris) in Chitwan National Park, Nepal. European Journal of Ecology, 3(1), pp. 80-84. doi:10.1515/eje-2017-0008
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