How many white tigers was there in the world?
Can not say exactly but very few.
Yes! They are the best tigers in the world!
Technically, white tigers are not a species. White tigers are just a rare color variation of tigers. Because the white color is not an adaptation, white tigers do not naturally exist in the wild except very rarely. However, humans find them beatiful, so they continue to inbreed the few white tigers that are in captivity. A better cause than trying to save the white tiger is to save tigers in the wild. One great organization… Read More
Not all white tigers are cross-eyed.
there are no white siberian tigers. only bengal tigers can have white coats.
White tigers use their claws and teeth to protect them selves
White tigers are known to kill each other establishing mating or territorial rights.
Because some people want their beautiful fur to sell, and they kill the tigers to get it.
What is behavioural adaptations of the white tiger
White tigers are the same species as the black-and-orange tigers. Only one little mutation giving them another colour scheme. All body functions remains the same.
There is no intermediate form that led to white tigers. White tigers are simply Bengal tigers with a white coat. The white coat is caused by a recessive gene. Bengal tigers are the only subspecies with the recessive gene. Both parents must have the recessive gene, although, both parents can themselves be orange coated. It is the same as humans that have blue eyes. Brown eyed parents can have blue eyed children, but both parents… Read More
Yes. The "white tiger" is a Bengal tiger with a white coat. The coat color is determined by a recessive gene that is specific to the Bengal subspecies.
They are genetically Bengal tigers with a single mutation of a protein geneticists call SLC45A2, which affects pigmentation. These tigers have been bred in zoos and so there are currently more of them than naturally occur in the wild.
The rare white tiger is the same size as a normal tiger.
Same as regular tigers, water where/when they can get it.
The tiger is used by 7 teams in College Football. Auburn Tigers, Clemson Tigers, Louisiana State (LSU) Tigers, Memphis Tigers, Missouri Tigers, Princeton Tigers, and Towson Tigers.
Tigers, as a species, like being in water - usually to cool down during the hottest part of the day.
It is in Afrcia and it lives in grassy plains whee Zebras are living.
white tigers don't need help from other animals to survive. they survive themselves
No. White tigers are a rare but naturally occurring variation of (usually) the Bengal tiger. As such, they're not considered as a separate species.
It depends.... If the orange tiger has the recessive gene for white coat, then the white and orange tiger can have white and/or orange cubs. If the orange tiger does not have the recessive gene for white coat, then only orange cubs will be born.
First, note that the only difference between white tigers and regular tigers is color. It is like a person who has hair that is so light in color, it looks white. Thus, they do not have any unique behaviors compared with other tigers. Tiger cubs are born blind and helpless, and stay in a den of some type, usually a cave or dense thicket. Mother tigers protect them and nurse them for three to six… Read More
In the wild it is not very likely as king vultures are native to the new world and tigers are native to the old world.
Lions and tigers mainly. Or human beings.
tigers are in africa
The same as all Bengal Tigers. They are found primarily in India with smaller populations in Bangladhesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Myanmar and the mangroves of the Sunarbans. In the Indian subcontinent, Bengal Tigers inhabit tropical moist evergreen forests, tropical dry forests, tropical and subtropical moist deciduous forests, mangroves, subtropical and temperate upland forests and alluvial grasslands.
No, it is no different than that of an orange coated tiger. It may not be as successful tho as it may have a harder time blending in to its environment.
there are about 1,500 tigers to 3,600 tigers still living on earth today
In the Indian subcontinent, Bengal tigers (white and orange) inhabit tropical moist evergreen forests, tropical dry forests, tropical and subtropical moist deciduous forests, mangroves, subtropical and temperate upland forests, and alluvial grasslands.
A tigers' blood is red...
No tigers are not the bravest animal.
147,600 was the white population in 2010.
There are many white flowers. Rose, tulip, Lenten rose, daffodil, lily can be white. A violet can be white.
Many countries are on board to save leopards, however, there is no such animal as the white leopard.
Vanna White is happily married and has been for many years
A group of tigers is called a streak or an ambush.
The noun 'tigers' is the plural form of the singular noun 'tiger'. The noun 'tigers' is a common, concrete noun; a word for a thing.
The only tiger species that can produce a white coat is the Bengal tiger. This is due to a recessive gene that is only found in the Bengal subspecies. Both parents must have the genes. It is like blue eyes in humans. With the exception of the coat color, white tigers are the same as orange coated tigers as far as their physicality and growth, strength, etc. The white coat, however, can be a disadvantage… Read More
Male tigers are generally heavier than female tigers. In Bengal tigers, the male weighs between 390 to 570 pounds. The female weighs between 220 to 400 pounds.
Bengal tigers, all tigers, all cats, and all mammals are vertebrates. Vertebrate means that you have a backbone and a skeleton.
Tigers stalk their prey, but they do not intimidate it.
Yes, tigers are faster than humans.
No, because there are no tigers in Australia, and kangaroos are ONLY in Australia.
Tigers are not indigenous to Brazil, they will only be found in zoos.
Only mankind. Tigers are the top of the food chain.
Tigers grow fast and reach maturity at 3 years. A year old tiger weighs about 300 pounds. They weigh half a pound at birth.
White Tiger first notices its prey-deer. Then it uses long grass as a camouflage and advance towards its prey. It goes slow and quietly because it knows that it cannot outrun a deer. Then when it is near enough. It uses all its stamina to jump towards the prey and kill it.