What do female Bengal tigers look like?
Female tigers (tigresses) are smaller than males, averaging 290-350 pounds to the male's 425-500 pounds. Males have larger heads, and more muscular bodies. Also, the front paws are wider than the tigresses'.
It is the same as a Bengal tiger's ecosystem (generally, white tigers don't survive in the wild, but some do). Forested areas, with maybe some grassland where sambar (Indian deer) would hide. By the way, white tigers have nothing different than orange tigers. A white cat and a black cat are still both cats and act the same. So would the tigers.