The habitat of the Indian tiger is scrub land, humid evergreen forests and grassy swamps. It leads amphibius life in Sunderbans (West Bengal).
The Royal Bengal Tiger is found practically throughout India except in the part of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab. Its range also extends to Burma.
Its diet consists mainly of deer, antelopes, gaurs, and wild pigs. Sometimes it also captures birds, lizards, turtles, fishes, frogs, and crabs. Tigers hunt on their own and usually lead a solitary life in its own territory. They are endowed with good swimming power but seldom climb trees.
10 kg Buffalo Calf Meat in the summer while 12 kg Buffalo Calf Meat in the winter. The meat is provided 6 days in a week.