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Tigers have sharp night vision which is six times greater than that of humans. However, tigers are not adept to hunt at night. 
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You know why a tiger roars? Well, for two reasons; he is either defending his own territory or inviting his counterparts to mate.
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Tigers like to swim in freshwater as they are really great swimmers.
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There are more than 100 shady stripes on each tiger and are beneficial because they enable them to hide under the bushes particularly while hunting their prey.
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The roar of a Bengal tiger can carry for over 2km at night.  
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Kanha national park has significant population of Royal Bengal tiger. Among all tigers, Munna is a most well-known tiger; he is famous for his size also on his big head word ‘CAT’ has been written. 
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Bandhavgarh belongs to the Vindhya mountain ranges of central India and it boasts to have the highest density of tiger population in the country.
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Bamni Dadar, popularly known as sunset Point that offers the most awe-inspiring backdrop of the sunset against grazing Sambhars and Gaurs, magnifying the natural splendor of the area. 
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Tadoba is derived from the name of their local deity ‘Taru’ who was killed in an epic fight with a tiger. Still local people worship him. 
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