Are the white Bengal tigers related to the bengal tigers?
White tigers are Bengals, normally. They have a genetic defect that makes them white. White tigers can appear at anytime in a Bengal tiger litter. They are not a seperate subspecies.
yes but only albino ones or white Bengal tigers. White Bengal tigers are white with black stripes
Yes. A Bengal tiger is normally white, but can be orange.
A white tiger is a variation of the Bengal tiger that is white with black stripes instead of orange with black stripes. All white tigers are Bengal tigers, but not all Bengal tigers are white tigers.
No, actually there is no such thing as white Bengal tigers. Bengal tigers are orange with black stripes, and Siberian Tigers(white tigers striped in black). Siberian tigers are the same as White tigers.
the ancestor of the white bengal tigers are saber-toothed tigers
The white tiger is, at least originally, a Bengal tiger color morph. White tigers occur very rarely in Bengal tiger litters, and are sometimes bred with Siberian tigers to make white Bengal/Siberian hybrids.
White Bengal Tigers are a color variant of the Bengal tiger there is no mixture of breeds.
white Bengal tigers defensenesses are to jump on the prey and tear at the flesh
As a natural event, yes. But there are white Siberian/Bengal hybrids in captivity.
All Bengal tigers are around three feet at the shoulder. White tigers are a rare color variant of Bengal tigers.
White Bengal tigers are the ONLY white tiger, white Siberian tigers do not exist. People just mistake white Bengals for siberians.
Bengal tigers live in India, so they are also called Indian tigers.
All Bengal tigers are endangered. The white is a rare color morph, found in normal litters.
A genetic defect makes them white. They are really Bengal tigers. no the white tiger and the Bengal and the same people get them micst up the Bengal is the same as the white tiger they just have a differint name
White Bengal tigers are the ONLY white tiger and are only found in zoos, the white is just a genetic mutation. white Siberian tigers do not exist.
Somthing special about Bengal Tigers is no two patterns on the Bengal Tiger are alike.
don't know about white Bengal tigers but royal Bengalian tigers live in sunder bans in India that is northern hemisphere
Because White tigers is what you get if you take a bengal tiger and only change that tiny bit that determines fur color.
the white Bengal tiger
White tigers, unless created by captive hybridization, are Bengal tigers only. This subspecies seems to be the only one that carries the white recessive gene.
None known currently in the wild, but several hundred white Bengal tigers in captivity. Also, there are a few Bengal/Siberian hybrid white tigers in captivity. The Bengal is the only subspecies known to carry the allele that makes them white.
The original white tigers were color morphs of the Bengal, but through cross breeding with Siberian tigers, some are now Siberian/Bengal crosses.
yes they are
White tigers are merely a color phase of the Bengal tiger. A Bengal tiger can clear nine foot barriers with ease.
The first white tigers were found among the Bengal race, but cross breeding with siberians have made some hybrid white tigers.
There are several sub-species of tigers related to a white tiger. Bengal tiger and the Siberian tiger to name only two.
White Bengal tigers eat the same diet as regular Bengal tigers: They hunt ... also eat food that we would not consider to be the food of a carnivore. Like house cats, tigers ...
White Bengal tigers survive by simply hunting. They usually hunt deer, Elk, Gazelles and some small mammals or birds.
White Bengal tigers live on the continent of Asia
In zoos, that is the only place white Bengal tigers live
In zoos, it is the only place white Bengal tigers live.
NO!!!!!!!!!! White Bengal tigers only eat meat! They are carnivores!!!
White Bengal tigers are found in south-eastern Asia, in India, Npela, Burma and Bangladesh.
White tigers are merely white Bengal tigers, and are found in India.
White tigers are only rare color phases of the Bengal tiger, and are only found in India in the wild. They are extremely rare in the wild.
White Bengal tigers are white with grey or brown stripes. Their eyes range from gold to blue and these tigers are otherwise exactly like their colored counterparts.
White tigers are a rare albino version of the Bengal tiger, Panthera Tigris Tigris. White Siberian tigers are not a natural occurrence. They are a cross-breeding of Siberian tigers (Panthera tigris altaica) with white Bengal tigers.
There is only one subspecies called the Bengal tiger but they occasionally are born as white tigers - a rare color morph.
In a way. Bengal tigers sometimes mimic the "pook" call of the sambhar deer, to draw them in close for an attack.
Bengal tigers can be white with black stripes and they can also be orange with black stripes.
The white tigers are very aggressive.
They are white with black stripes
The needs would be the same as all Bengal tigers. Food, water, and cover for concealment. There has not been a white Bengal seen in the wild for many years. They are only a genetic mutation of the Bengal tiger. > there use to be many Bengal tigers and there would still be a huge population if people would stop hunting then for there coat.., Danika
Yes. White tigers have a mutation in their genes that makes them white, and they are the offspring of siberian tigers and bengal tigers.
White tigers, which are a color variant of Bengal tigers, come from India.
No, only Bengal tigers can be white, and those are only found in zoos.
White Bengal tigers today exist only in captivity.
White tigers are born through live birth.
No, they are merely Bengal tigers.