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Bengal Tiger is a Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.
Bengal Tiger has neck-length messy hair of a creamy-orange color, lightening to beige at the tips. The area of hair on her forehead has dark-brown symmetrical patches down the middle (similar to those of Serval but more numerous), as well as a pair of short streaks in the same brown along her fringe line. She has rounded ears similar to her namesake animal; they are colored beige on the inside and dark-brown on the outside, with small tufts of hair inside the ear itself. Her eyes are a light amber color.
She wears a white collared shirt with a left pocket, fixed with a red-and-orange checkered tie. The sleeves are rolled up to the elbow, and her shirt is tucked into her thigh-length skirt; both the skirt and the visible underside of the sleeves have the same check pattern as her tie.
She wears long gloves that reach past the elbow, which have a cream-orange tinge on the top side of the arm, and pairs of small brown stripes at the elbows. She wears thigh-length socks held up by garters, with the same cream-orange tinge on the outward-facing sides. The socks are covered in intermittent dark-brown tiger stripes. Finally, she wears white lace-up ankle boots, and sports an off-white and black striped tail.
In Real Life
The Bengal Tiger is a cat who is typically found in India, China, Myanmar and other places in smaller populations. They range around 10 feet in length, and weigh around 550 pounds on average. They have fur with splashes of orange, white, and black. Colors. The white spots in the fur have an advantage that lets them be identified by their young. They can also have stripes, however the number and thickness of them may vary, so each individual tiger is unique in their own way. They are one of the largest of the six subspecies of tiger alive today, with the others being Sumatran, Amur, Malayan, Amoy, and Indochinese.
All tigers, including Bengal Tigers, are carnivorous, and hunt on medium or large prey. This includes mammals such as gaur, water buffalo, species of deer, and wild boar. They occasionally prey on livestock and smaller animals such as rabbits, however. They are typically feared by many people as being incredibly dangerous due to this nature, and they have had multiple conflicts with humans in the regions they exist in.
They are endangered with only around 2,500 left in the wild. This is due to poaching and conflicts with humans. However, there have been attempts to reverse this and preserve the Bengal Tiger through conservation by groups in countries such as India.