Describe an interesting animal | Recent IELTS Speaking Topic

Describe an interesting animal.

- What it looks like 
- When you saw it 
- Where you saw it 
- Explain why it is interesting

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India has some of the world’s most biodiverse regions. 

The political boundaries of India encompass a wide range of Ecozones like a desert, tropical and temperate forests, riverbeds, grasslands, and islands. 

These areas have diverse flora and fauna. But here I would proud to talk about ‘Tiger’ is our national animal. 

Tiger is the largest of all cat species and a member of the genus Panthera. 

In my childhood my parents often bring me to make know about a different animal in the zoo where I had seen a tiger for the first time. 

It is most recognizable for its pattern of dark vertical stripes on reddish-orange fur. 

It is an apex predator, primarily preying on ungulates such as deer and wild boar. 

Though attractive, the tiger can be dangerous to its prey with its significantly large teeth and long canines, which can reach 74, 5 millimeters or 2.93 inches at their crown height. 

They occupy a wide range of habitat types but mostly require thick cover proximity to water and abundance of prey. 

They also prefer secluded den locations which may consist of caves or hollow trees. 

It can grow up to 11 feet and can weigh more than 300 kg. 

They live for about 25 years. 

Most of the tigers are found in the wide-area across, Asia Turkey, and Russia.

Tigers usually hunt alone unlike other animals that prey in a group. 

They have great leaping ability and can run very fast. 

This formidable large wild animal is getting extinct over time and they have become numbered in the world. 

Tigers used to be abundant in Asian countries, including Turkey and Russia. 

In the late Pleistocene age, tigers first lived in India. They also reach in Japan. 

Approximately only 3500 tigers are present in the world and the number is decreasing, though, with only six subspecies left, tigers have been declared endangered by the IUCN. 

Since the human is superior to any other living species, we have a responsibility to prevent the extinction of the tiger as we are the primary reason for their extinction.

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