The Orange Bengal Tiger is the most numerous tiger subspecies in Asia. It ranks among the biggest wild cats alive today. They are primarily found in India with a smaller population in Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. There are about 2500 Bengal tigers left in the wild. Tigers inhabit subtropical and temperate upland forests of India, but also tropical moist deciduous forest, mangroves and grasslands – wherever there is suitable prey. They have been on the endangered species list since 2008.