Tigers are solitary animals who line their territories. Since there are not many of them any more,there is not much fight for territory. Interestingly enough, the big cats have a sense of measurement. If they ever need to invade another tiger's territory, they first get a sense of the length of the other animal by climbing and reaching the mark left by the owner of this territory.
Click here to watch a big cat leaving a mark on a tree that I filmed at the Washington National Zoo.


Click here to watch a video of looking a tiger into the eye at the Washington National Zoo on May 11, 2012.


There are not many tigers left in the wild anymore. Most of the tigers surviving in the wild are in India.

Bangladesh also has many compare to its area.

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