How are white Bengal tigers and white Siberian tigers different?
White Bengal tigers are the ONLY white tiger, white Siberian tigers do not exist. People just mistake white Bengals for siberians.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bengal Siberian White
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.
White Siberian tigers do not exist. the only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only found in zoos.
The original white tigers were color morphs of the Bengal, but through cross breeding with Siberian tigers, some are now Siberian/Bengal crosses.
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.
As a natural event, yes. But there are white Siberian/Bengal hybrids in captivity.
White Siberian tigers do not exist, the only white tigers are Bengal tigers and those are only found in zoos.
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.
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.
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 Siberian tigers do not exist. The only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they just a genetic mutation and are only found in zoos.
No, only Bengal tigers can be white, and those are only found in zoos.
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.
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.
there are no white siberian tigers. only bengal tigers can have white coats.
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.
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.
The rare mutation of the tiger that is white is a Bengal tiger, not a Siberian. None have been seen among the wild Bengal population in years.
White Siberian tigers do not exist. The white tiger is just a genetically mutated Bengal tiger.
The orange and black striped tiger are called Bengal and Siberian tiger to different tigers. If you need to know why white tigers are white its because they have special genes.
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.
The term "snow tiger" is used to refer to a couple of different sub-species of tigers. Often it is used to refer to the Bengal tigers that have a gene mutation giving them a white coloration. Sometimes these white Bengal tigers are also called the "snow white tiger". This coloration in the Bengal is very rare, especially in the wild. But perhaps, more frequently, the only tiger that lives in snowy country, the Siberian, is… Read More
Siberian tigers are the top predator in their environment, and, as such, every animal in the ecosystem is affected by them. And, there are no white Siberian tigers. This rare color morph is confined to the Bengal tiger subspecies.
Siberian tigers are endangered, with less than 500 in the wild. And, white tigers are Bengal tiger color morphs, not Siberian. Bengal tigers are endangered, too, so by proxy white Bengal tigers would be included in that listing. According to biologists white tigers are NOT recognized as a separate species, as it's a rare, but naturally occurring mutation in their pigmentation. OF course, with fewer tigers overall, there'll be less white tigers. Most commonly… Read More
I am not that sure, but I think it does because I have done some research on it. No. White tigers are an extremely rare color morph of the Bengal tiger in India. Siberian tigers do live in snowy regions in winter, but there are no white Siberian tigers.
White tigers are not yet extinct. White tigers are also known as snow tigers. But no, they are not yet extinct, even. The white tigers are merely color variations of the Bengal tiger, extremely rare in the wild. They are not a different species from the Bengal, and white cubs can be born at any time in a litter of normal colored cubs. Also, the "snow" tiger is the Siberian tiger, not white Bengals.
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.
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… Read More
There are no wild white Siberian tigers. There have never been. The ONLY white tiger ever found in the wild was a Bengal tiger. It never would have survived due to its coloring. It was captured and bred to an orange tiger. Then it was bred to its daughter. The inbreeding caused the double recessive gene to come out. Later, someone decided the white bengal tigers needed to be more impressive. They crossed a white… Read More
White tigers are not Siberians, but rare color variation of the Bengal tiger. Big Siberian males can be over eleven feet long and weigh 650 pounds.
All tigers are endangered. All are protected by local authorities in the countries where they reside. And, there are no white Siberian tigers. The recessive gene that creates white tigers is found only naturally in the Bengal tiger, and these are extremely rare.
same as the Bengal (Or sometimes the siberian tiger) mostly the forests in india and siberia. a white tiger is a color variant of either the bengal or siberian tiger happening once every 15000births
The white Bengal tiger also is known as 'the tiger of snows'. The white Bengal tiger is rare in nature and is found in areas of India. They also are in zoos throughout the world. Rather incorrectly, white Bengals are called snow tigers. Most of the white tigers in captivity are Siberian/Bengal hybrids, not pure Bengal. The white Bengal tiger in the wild occurs extremely rarely. The true tiger of the snows is the Siberian… Read More
There are several sub-species of tigers related to a white tiger. Bengal tiger and the Siberian tiger to name only two.
There never were any white Siberian tigers. This genetic flawed gene is present only very rarely in the Bengal tiger. No other tiger subspecies has this gene. Siberian tigers live in the Russian far east.
There is no such animal as a "white Siberian tiger." The only know white tigers are a color morph of the Bengal tiger.
Technically, no. There are Siberian Tigers breeding with Bengal Tigers which causes the white coat. There is no such thing as an albino tiger
A common mistake. Siberians are not white, but russet and black striped, like other tigers. The white tigers are only a recessive gene mutation of the Bengal tiger, not a separate subspecies.
Tiger litters can be two to four cubs. The white tiger is not a Siberian, but a very rare genetic flawed version of the Bengal tiger.
The white tigers are rare color morphs of the Bengal tiger. Breeders have crossbred them also with captive Siberian tigers, to produce white tigers of mixed ancestry.
The rare white tigers are a color morph of the Bengal, not Siberian tiger. However, in captivity some white Bengals have been mated to siberians, producing white crossbreeds. Many white tigers can be seen in captivity, none seen in wild for many years.
Bengal tigers are usually red-orange on their back and flanks, white on the belly and face, with dark brown or black stripes. Some Bengals are white with brown stripes. All of the famed "White Tigers" are descended from white Bengals from Rewa District, India. There are no white Siberian tigers, as is often thought.
Originally, white tigers were ordinary Bengal tigers (Panthera tigris tigris) that acquired a recessive gene for albinism, or lack of skin pigment. The lack of orange pigment makes the tigers white with black stripes. "White Siberian tigers" are crossbreeds between white Bengals and non-white Siberian tigers (Panthera tigris altaica). There are no actual confirmed albino Siberians, although the coloration might substantially aid a Siberian in snowy climates.
No,the Caspian tiger was an extinct subspecie of tigers that was almost in the Same size and Looks like the modern Siberian tiger,white tigers are a color morph Of any Subspecies of tigers(the Siberian tigers don't have this problem only if a Bengal tiger with a color morph and a Siberian will mate,so generally only a Bengal Tigers seem to have this mutant). A white tiger's pale coloration is caused by the presence of a… Read More
White tigers are albino individuals of the Bengal tiger species of India, and occurs naturally but rarely among their populations. There are also Siberian white tigers which are crossbreeds between white Bengals and normal Siberians. (There is no record of a naturally albino Siberian, although that might provide an advantage in its natural habitat.)
Yes because both are Siberian tigers although they are different colors and they are in the same region .