What caused the extiction of the white 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.
white tigers get their fur colour because of a genetic defect caused by inbreeding.
well arctic tigers are actualy the same as white bengal tigers the white unusuall color is caused by a gene malfunction
Zero until they become red tigers...
white tigers are not a sub species of tiger. their white fur is a genetic defect caused by inbreeding, and they are only found in captivity.
The coloration is caused by a recessive gene.
White tigers are not extinct. A few remain in the wild, and there are over 200 in the world, mostly in zoos. There were never a lot of white tigers, and humans hunted them and their orange brothers and sisters nearly to extinction for their fur and body parts.
They are not extinct. We have only a few hundred adult individuals alive.
Global climate change at the end of the last Ice Age.
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.
White Tigers are in the same family group as 'normal tigers'. Although White tigers are not bred by 'normal tigers' and 'normal tigers' can not breed white tigers.
no but they are close to extiction no but they are close to extiction
what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in what kind of ecosystem does white tigers live in
Because they are white.
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 Bengal tigers are the ONLY white tiger, white Siberian tigers do not exist. People just mistake white Bengals for siberians.
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
White Siberian tigers do not exist. the only white tigers are Bengal tigers and they are only found in zoos.
Tiger cubs in general weigh 2 to 3 pounds at birth. White tigers are a result of a rare pigmentaton varient of the Bengal Tiger caused by a gene mutation. Breeding of white tigers often results in health issues.
They are currently not considered endangered. What are you crazy they are close to extiction like most sharks.
White Indian Tigers
White tigers are merely white Bengal tigers, and are found in India.
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.
yes but only albino ones or white Bengal tigers. White Bengal tigers are white with black stripes
they can to make more white tigers for the zoos
No. Very few are. It's a very rare color morph, caused by a deficient gene.
White tigers are Bengal Tigers with a rare recessive white coloration gene. It is very rare. There are no known white tigers in the wild. There are a handful in zoos.
yes. They are no different from other tigers, except that they are all white and black, and have serious eye problems. WHITE TIGERS ARE NOT ALBINO, AND THEY ARE NOT SNOW TIGERS. :)
the white tigers predators are PEOPLE. people hunt them illegally and get away with it, that is why the white tigers are extinct.
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.
They are the same but the only mere difference is a white tiger is white, while a tiger can be orange. some of the white tigers are white
It has been speculated that the mass extinction of dinosaurs was caused by an asteriod, however there is not enough evidence collected to support this. It is still argued possible though.
White tigers are native to Siberia.
White tigers are vey endagered.
Yes White Tigers are threatened
human are white tigers enemies
White tigers do not have horns.
a group of white tigers :)
we don't have to. the white color of a tigers coat is not natural, it is caused by a mutated gen. the ones you see in the zoo are "bred" (BIRTH DEFECTS ARE COMMON) it is possible to find white tigers in the wild, but this occurs only once every 10/15 thousand births. however most will die soon, because the white coat will make his camouflage ineffective.
Orange Tigers live in North America White Tigers live near Russia
I believe so. if you type up 'snow tigers', the pictures are white tigers.
White tigers - like all tigers - are carnivores, meat eaters
Yes, white tigers do, but regular tigers usually do not
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 different from other animals because white tigers are having beautiful white fur.
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.
White tigers - like all tigers - are carnivores, meat eaters.
snow tigers are white so they can blend in
White tigers leap and catch their prey.