What is the strangest animal that you’ve ever seen?
We all have one.
This is the question we asked ourselves when we saw a tribe of cute animals in the streets of Bangkok.
The answer is a very simple one, and if you’ve never seen them before, it’s not going to make a lot of sense to you.
“I think there’s only a few animals that you’d recognize and maybe one or two that you wouldn’t,” said Nandini Dasgupta, a Bengal tiger keeper and director of the conservation organization Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
“I would say the Bengal tiger is probably one of the least recognized of the animals, but I would also say that I think there are a few tigers that I know of.”
Dasgupta has been breeding and caring for Bengal tigers since he was 10 years old, when he got to know a Bengal who lived in a sanctuary in India and was a very affectionate, loving animal.
“She was very gentle, very caring, and a very good friend,” Dasgupta said.
A few months ago, Dasguppa got a call from Wildlife Conservationists and WCS, who were concerned about the Bengal Tiger in the vicinity.
They asked him to check the tigers out, and he did.
They told him that they had just found the Bengal in the street.
“They came and took us to see the tiger, and I think it was a bit of a shock because I didn’t expect this,” Dasgpta recalled.
“The Bengal is one of Bengal tigers and the biggest one in the world.”
In the wild, Bengal tigers are found in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and some parts of Europe.
The Bengal is a member of the Carcharodonidae, or giant cats, a suborder of cats.
Its range extends from the Arabian Peninsula in North Africa, through North Africa to the Congo Basin and South Africa.
Bengal tigers in captivity have a range of over 100 kilometers (60 miles), Dasgupsa said, and are usually around 8-10 meters (26-28 feet) long.
The Bengal Tiger has been bred for the last 40 years in captivity in India, and Dasguppas wife, Nandita Das, is responsible for keeping the Bengal on a regular basis.
“Nandita has trained the Bengal to go in the rain,” Dassaid.
Deshgupta said that, in addition to the Bengal, he also breeds tigers from the wild and raises them in a zoo.
Nandit, a female Bengal, is a beautiful Bengal, Dasgapta said of the Bengal.
“It’s really a beautiful animal.
I can’t say enough about her.
She’s the best Bengal I’ve ever raised,” he said.