Are Siberian tigers and Bengal tigers related?
Yes. Both cats are tigers, and all tigers are related.
No, white Siberian tigers do not live in rainforest's. However white Bengal tigers can sometimes be found, a white Bengal tiger is not an albino, but the genes inside it are slightly different to that of an ordinary Bengal tiger, the difference gives it white-ish fur. White Siberian tigers are found in Mountainous area's with lots of snow. Mainly places like Russia and Siberia.
Sure they can, they are both members of the cat family and can easily interbreed but the chances of this happening in nature are slim given that White Tigers are Bengal Tigers which live in Northern Asia and the Siberian Tiger lives in Siberia and other parts of Russia. If you are asking whether a Siberian tiger could mate with a white Bengal tiger, then yes it could, but not in the wild. Scientists believe…
All known naturally occurring White tigers - and there's been preciously few of those - have been bengal tigers. Don't Think there are any White siberian tigers in the wild. Might be a bengal/siberian White cross in captivity somewhere. Which would most likely have the same Life expectancy as its parents.