The White tiger lives in caves others don't.
Tigers don't have dens as such (except when they have cubs to take care of) - they will sleep anywhere that will give them (and often their killed prey) protection from insects and keep them cool and in shade from the sun, like shallow water-pools, caves, low trees or thickets. This goes for the BengaL tiger (panthera tigris tigris). The Siberian tiger (panthera tigris altaica) will typically find a cave or a root fell for the same purpose as the Bengal tiger, and of course when they have cubs.
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Lions live on the grasslands, they don't live in any cave or anything like that, unlike what Disney movies portray. They live right out on the savannah, sleeping under the shade of a tree and hunting at night.
Orange Tigers live in North America White Tigers live near Russia
Generally, lions do not live in shelters. They would normally rest among boulders or trees. However, a lioness will keep new-born cubs in a den, perhaps in thick brush or a cave.
White tigers are the same as normal tigers. Although they don't live in a pack. Like tigers, they live in the jungle
they find a cave or dig a den
Lions and tigers do live in a den.
If a cave is available, they may use it as a den, but tigers are top predators, and can sleep undisturbed wherever they find themselves, as their territory may be hundreds of square miles in area.
Where gray wolves live (they are normally a small pack) is called a den, but the den could actually be a cave, or under an overhanging rock, or even some sheltered place out of the weather.
Another name of a bear home is a den.Dena cave or a home wichever one u choose
no actually they do I researched online and yes, cheetahs live in small dens or caves.
A female giving birth is likely to have a den, possibly a small cave amongst rocks, or under the roots of a large tree.
like most birds an eagle builds a nest
Tigers are partially nomadic and dont make dens but stay in one general area for most of their lives.
Cave or den
Cave or den