The Javan Tiger is an endangered species in India, which is home to more than 150 species of tigers, javan foxes, jaguars, bobcats, leopards, cheetahs, and cougars.
Here’s what you need to know about this critically endangered species.
The Javan tiger is the only species of tiger in India that is known as a black-footed cat.
This is because the tiger’s coat, which covers its entire body, is black, with white stripes running down the length of its body.
Its body also has stripes along its back, which look like black patches.
The tiger’s name comes from the word javan, which means to hide or conceal.
This means that the tiger has a long neck and long claws, which help it hide.
The tiger is also known as the black-legged cat.
The name javan is the original word for black-eyed tiger.
The first known sighting of a Javan Bengal Tiger in southern India took place in 1852.
Its habitat is mainly forested in the eastern part of the country.
In the 19th century, javans were hunted by European settlers for their meat and ivory.
Today, Javan tigers are found in parts of north-western India, including Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh.
They live in a variety of habitats, including wetlands, mountains, savannahs and rainforests.