The Bengal tiger and the Sumatran tiger are two tigers whose habitat is predominantly a rainforest. Tigers can be found in a variety of settings, but the majority of them favour areas with thick vegetation, such as rainforests.
Southeast Asia is the natural habitat of both Bengal and Sumatran tigers. Only the island of Sumatra is home to the Sumatran tiger. Its claws are slightly webbed to help it swim more effectively because it is so well adapted to the island’s moist jungles. There are populations of Bengal tigers in China and Nepal, but they are more common in India. Its habitat encompasses tropical rainforests as well as dry woods, scrub land, and even grassland, albeit it is less specialised than the Sumatran tiger.