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Do Siberian white tigers still exist?

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2012-08-12 23:16:07
2012-08-12 23:16:07

White Siberian Tigers have never existed. The only tigers known to produce white offspring are Bengal Tigers. No other species of tiger has ever been documented as white.

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White Siberian tigers do not exist. the only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only found in zoos.

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It is not extinct because a white Siberian tiger does not exist. The only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are still alive today, but only in zoos because they were never found in the wild.However, some Siberian tigers are white.

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There are not any white Siberian tigers left, they do not exist. The only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only born in zoos.

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You cannot find white Siberian tigers anywhere, they do not exist. The only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only found in zoos.

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White Bengal tigers are the ONLY white tiger, white Siberian tigers do not exist. People just mistake white Bengals for siberians.

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White Siberian tigers do not exist. The only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they just a genetic mutation and are only found in zoos.

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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.

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You cannot buy white Siberian tigers as they do not exist. White tigers are only found in zoos and are all just Bengal tigers with a genetic mutation.

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Siberian tigers Siberian tigers

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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.

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Siberian tigers live in deciduous forests, and are not white. All of the wild white tigers were Bengals.

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Gorillas are not the Siberian tiger's enemy, they live on different continents. And, there are no white Siberian tigers. Only Bengal tigers carry the white gene, and these are very rare.

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White tigers are Bengals, not Siberian, and deer and wild hog, and buffalo are their prey.

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No, its mostly the white Siberian tigers that have blue eyes.

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Yes. White tigers have a mutation in their genes that makes them white, and they are the offspring of siberian tigers and bengal tigers.

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Maltese tigers may exist, because they are very likely to have been born to regular orange or white tigers.

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The original white tigers were color morphs of the Bengal, but through cross breeding with Siberian tigers, some are now Siberian/Bengal crosses.

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white tigers habitat is very large grassy lands

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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.

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there are no white siberian tigers. only bengal tigers can have white coats.

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Yes because both are Siberian tigers although they are different colors and they are in the same region .

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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.


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