Why does white tiger extinct?
not yet not yet
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.
These are the Species of Tigers: Indochinese Tiger, South China Tiger, Amur (Siberian) Tiger, Sumatran Tiger, Bengal Tiger, Malayan Tiger.. There are these species that are already extinct, Bali Tiger, Caspian Tiger and Javan Tiger. And the South China tiger is almost extinct. Scientists call it "Functionally Extinct."
Bengal tiger (Panthera Tigris Tigris) Indochinese tiger (Panthera Tigris corbetti) Chinese tiger (Panthera Tigris amoyensis) Siberian tiger (Panthera Tigris altaica) Sumatran tiger (Panthera Tigris sumatrae) Malayan tiger (Panthera Tigris malayensis) Caspian Tiger (Extinct) Javan Tiger (Extinct) Balinese Tiger (Extinct)
There is thhe south china tiger, maltese tiger nicknamed the blue tiger as they are blue, white tiger, bengal tiger, Siberian tiger, Sumatran tiger,Indochinese tiger, white bengal tiger,Malayan tiger. There are three that are extinct the Bali tiger which died in 1940's, the Caspian wich died in the 1970's and the Javan thiger wich died in the 1980's. If you don't believe me go on google images or bing images and type in the names…
the extinct tigers: well if you count a sabertooth tiger then that would in total be 56 different kinds of extinct tiger :D Thanks The sabretooth cats were only distantly related to todays tigers, lions, and other big cats, the name "sabretooth tiger" is a misnomer. The extinct tiger subspecies are the Caspian, Javan, and Bali tigers.