White Tiger Facts
White tigers have are far more rare than their orange
counterparts, they have a recessive gene that causes
the lighter coloring. Only 1 in 10,000 tiger births
in the wild result in a white tiger. Many white tigers
are related to each other. In order to continue the
species inbreeding is required.
White tigers are pale white with chocolate brown stripes
and blue eyes.
White tigers live in deep forests and snow covered
regions. White Tigers prey on deer, wild pigs, and fish.
White Tigers typically have between one and six cubs
in a litter at a time. White Tigers grow to weigh between
400 and 550 lbs and a grow to a length of 9-11 feet.
The baby White Tigers live with their mother until they
are 2-2.5 years old.
White Tigers do not live as long as their orange counter
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