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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Bengal White Tiger A white tiger in captivity at Singapore Zoological Gardens. The presence of stripes indicate it is not a true albino. In the wild, Bengal White Tigers are found exclusively within South Asia, notably in India. Although Bengal tigers make up 60% of the world’s wild tiger population, individuals with white coats are indeed very rare. Only one White Tiger exists out of every 10,000 normal orange-coloured tigers.

The Bengal White Tiger A white tiger in captivity at Singapore Zoological Gardens. The presence of stripes indicate it is not a true albino. In the wild, Bengal White Tigers are found exclusively within South Asia, notably in India. Although Bengal tigers make up 60% of the world’s wild tiger population, individuals with white coats are indeed very rare. Only one White Tiger exists out of every 10,000 normal orange-coloured tigers.
The Bengal White Tiger  A white tiger in captivity at Singapore Zoological Gardens.  The presence of stripes indicate it is not a true albino.    In the wild, Bengal White Tigers are found exclusively within South Asia, notably in India. Although Bengal tigers make up 60% of the world’s wild tiger population, individuals with white coats are indeed very rare. Only one White Tiger exists out of every 10,000 normal orange-coloured tigers.
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