Tigers are mostly found in India and eastern Asia. Their habitats are mostly wetter and densely forested environments with plenty of prey. Requiring camouflage to ambush prey, tigers will rely on good cover from the plant life and surrounding environment. Tigers are also one of the few felines that enjoy being in water, so their habitats maybe close to ponds and rivers, and other small water sources.
Different subspecies of tiger live in different habitats, including forests, tropical rain forests, grasslands, swamps and mountainous rocky areas. The majority of tiger species inhabit India, China and many countries in Southeast Asia.
Tiger populations spread from the Caspian Sea region to Northeast Asia as late as the 1950’s, but many subspecies of tiger have become extinct since then.
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