White Tigers are not a separate species. There are no wild white tigers. There has only ever been one wild White Tiger. It was captured and bred to normal tigers and bred back to produce more white tigers. All white tigers live in captivity and they are all descendants of that one white tiger. He was a Bengal Tiger. Bengal Tigers eat Cows, Oxen, Guar, Deer, Bear, as well as small animals and pets.
White tigers eats meat and meat from animals and animals.
white tigers eat meat, so they will eat what ever they get from the people that feed them
tigers eat alot of meat like animals for example they eat lions,monkeys,zebras
NO!!!!!!!!!! White Bengal tigers only eat meat! They are carnivores!!!
they eat meat!
they eat other animalsThe white tigers food chain is raw meat and other kinds of meat The white tigers food chain is raw meat and other kinds of meat
yes as they eat meat
Tigers eat meat.
No, they do not eat ANY kind of meat
You are not a vegetarianif you eat any kind of meat.
Tigers are secondary level consumers they eat raw meat and other kinds of meat
In the wild, white tigers eat deer, wild pigs, and wild cattle. In captivity, they eat fresh meat.
They are carnivores. So they eat any animal that is made of meat such as other orange or white tigers, rabbits, or birds.
Tigers eat 65 pounds of meat a day.
Not to any important amount. Tigers are what's called "obligate carnivores". they have to eat meat.
The answer is white meat.
Siberian Tigers eat deer, wild boar, and lynx. and meatTigers in general eat meat seeing as they are carnivores. Their diet can consist of cows, buffalo, fish, antelope, and around any other kind of meat.the same
Sibarian tigers eat meat including meat
Tigers eat only meat. They eat the animals that they can catch.
Herbivores only eat plants!!!! When was the last time you saw a tiger munching on a bush??? Carnivores only eat meat!! Tigers only eat meat!! therefore a tiger is a carnivore!!!
meat meat and meat
Tigers mainly eat meat, but in order to get more fiber in their diet they will eat plants. :)