Estimated population of Bengal Tigers

Estimated population of Bengal Tigers (3,000 individuals)

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If Estimated population of Bengal Tigers (3,000 individuals) was a standard unit ...

  • Pop. of Bahrain (1.505million)...more would be 500 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated world population of Moose / Elk (1.5 million individuals)...more would be 500 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Trinidad and Tobago (1.209million)...more would be 400 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Guyana (750,000)...more would be 250 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of active personnel in the Iranian Armed Forces (610,000 )...more would be 200 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Montenegro (610,000)...more would be 200 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Suriname (610,000)...more would be 200 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of active personnel in the South Korean Armed Forces (599,000 )...more would be 200 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated world population of Mullers Bornean Gibbon (300,000 individuals)...more would be 100 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • High estimate of number of common Chimpanzees (300,000 individuals)...more would be 100 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Vanuatu (298,300)...more would be 100 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of French Polynesia (295,100)...more would be 100 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Barbados (294,600)...more would be 100 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • High estimate of world population of Hippopotamus (148,000 individuals)...more would be 50 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of strands on a head of hair (120,000 )...more would be 40 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Aruba (119,400)...more would be 40 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • High estimate of world population of Leopards (75,000 individuals)...more would be 25 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Dominica (74,200)...more would be 25 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated world population of Alpine Ibex (30,000 individuals)...more would be 10 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of seats in Lord's Cricket Ground (30,000 )...more would be 10 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Pop. of Gibraltar (29,580)...more would be 10 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated world population of Wild Yak (15,000 individuals)...more would be 5 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of seats in the Arena in Verona, Italy (15,000 )...more would be 5 x Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated world population of Snow Leopard (3,000 individuals)...more would be about as big as Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated world population of African Wild Ass (600 individuals)...more would be 1/5 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated population of Red Wolf (USA) (300 individuals)...more would be 1/10 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of skyscrapers in New York City (>150m tall) (300 )...more would be 1/10 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of passengers in a carriage of an Underground train on London's Bakerloo line (121 )...more would be 1/25 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of ways of seating six people around a table (120 )...more would be 1/25 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Number of skyscrapers in Chicago (>150m tall) (118 )...more would be 1/25 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers
  • Estimated population of Javan Rhino (74 individuals)...more would be 1/40 of Estimated population of Bengal Tigers

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