SIBERIAN TIGER (Panthera tigris)
The Bengal is a smaller (not much), more brightly and clearly marked version of the Siberian. There are some individuals of this subspecies in which the background color is white instead of the more typical red-gold of the Bengal tigers here at Olympic Game Farm. The eyes of those tigers are blue, but can turn yellowish when the animal is excited and the pupils are opened very large.
The food animals of the Bengal tiger include: the axis deer, calves and cows of such wild cattle as the guar, sambar, barasingha, nilgai, Malayan tapir and, rarely, elephant and rhinoceros. Some of the smaller animals they encounter are porcupines, rodents, crocodiles, turtles, crustaceans, frogs and all sorts of domesticated animals.