Why are the white tigers nearly extinct?
White tigers have never been common, as they are only a genetic flaw of the Bengal tiger..None have been seen in the wild for years.
No white tigers should not be extinct.
Tigers are not extinct as a species, but there are three extinct subspecies. Caspian, Javan, and Bali tigers are extinct. There were once nearly 120,000 tigers in Asia.
No white tigers are not extinct. They are endangered. We have to do our best to save them.
White tigers are not extinct. they are not a separate sub-species. they are a genetic mutant of any of the 6 sub-specieses. therefore white tigers will occur until all tigers are extinct.
White tigers are not extinct. They are usually a morph color of the subspecies Bengal and even though they are rare they are not extinct.
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.
tigers are not extinct yet but they are nearly. you can find them in the Melbourne zoo
yes, there are 3300 to nearly 4100 tigers in the wild.
White tigers are all decended from a very small number of wild caught white tigers. There are very few if any white tigers currently in the wild. However as a white tiger can be born to two normal coloured tigers and is not a species in itself, it will go extinct when all tigers are extinct
White tigers are not yet extinct but they are endangered.
the white tigers predators are PEOPLE. people hunt them illegally and get away with it, that is why the white tigers are extinct.
the white tigers have been extinct since 2006
White tigers are not actually extinct, there are 200 left on earth, but most are in zoo's. White tigers are an extremely rare color of the Bengal tiger. None have been seen in the wild for years.
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 white tigers are bengals, not siberians, and none are currently in the wild. All are in captivity.
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.
It is South China tiger. They are a nearly extinct tiger subspecies.
white tigers, kiwis
Siberian tigers are not extinct. They are one of the sub species of tigers that numbers are actually increasing, nearly 550 in the wild.
White tigers are Bengals, not Siberians, and none have been seen in the wild for years.
They are not extinct. We have only a few hundred adult individuals alive.
elephants white tigers and rhinos
they are being hunted.
people are hunting them for there fur
Becuase theres not enough of them
As white tigers are only a rare color morph of the Bengal tiger, protect that subspecies and there will always be a chance of more white tigers.
Tigers are nearly extinct because the tiger's hunters hunt them to make coats and other accessories and also to win trophies for killing the biggest tigers.
The Statuses are endangered, threatened, and extinct. The white White tiger is threatened.
They are going extinct because people keep hunting them and destroying their natural habitat
all over, mosty India
although it is going to be extinct yet it is beautiful
Actually, the Siberian's numbers are on the rise, to nearly 600.
Because there are very few left in wild in other words they are nearly extinct
white tigers are going extinct because people are killing them for they're meat ,fur , and people are just being cruel to these animals
to not let them go extinct.
well tigers lived in massive forests in asia, and now its all cut don so yes, it has changed and it is nearly, as stated becoming extinct.
because people are hunting them down every day and there are only about 4500 tigers left in the world
Because it is rare for DNA to match up and create white Bengal tigers, the few that exist are being poached for their valuable fur.
Bengal Tigers are not extinct although they are classified as an endangered species, with estimates of just over 2,000 left in the wild. In the late 1700 to mid 1800's, estimates were there over 100,000 Bengal tigers, with the vast majority (nearly 90,000) in India and Nepal.
Because they get hunted by poachers and when they are young they are attracted by heyhenas
Tigers are not extinct, although they are endangered.
NO! White tigers are definitely no extinct but, however the sad ending of the beautiful species may come if we don't provide the right care so I encourage people to stop big hunting groups and care a little more a day for the environmental wilderness and maybe we will have these wonderful species for long to come. :)
they are hunted for sport, and for their fur . they use tiger hunting for a sport
They are protected so you will be arrested if you kill one.
Ocelots are not endangered except for a small population in the extreme southern United States. Elsewhere they are listed as a species of least concern.
I guess "nonexistent" is pretty endangered ... If you mean snow leopards, they're considered "endangered" by the IUCN (on a scale that goes "extinct", "extinct in the wild", "critically endangered", "endangered", "threatened", "vulnerable", "least concern" where "least concern" can mean anything from "there seem to be enough of them" to "there's too darn many of them"). If you mean white tigers ... there are no known white tigers in the wild. They're not "extinct", though… Read More
Currently, tigers are not extinct, however, they are endangered.
There are six recognised subspecies. Bengal, Siberian, Sumatran, Indo Chinese, Malayan, and the nearly extinct South China.
probaly the orange colored tigers would be endangered or threatened.
Tigers are extinct because people hunt them. Tigers are getting extinct because of habitat loss. And because of poaching.