White Bengal Tigers

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White Bengal Tigers

White Bengal Tigers(Panthera tigris)By:Gina Trinh

They are found in the hot rain forest of Malaya, the dark thorny woods of India, and the cold, snowy, spruce forest of Manchuria. They also live in oak woods, tall grassland, swamps, and marshes.

We can swim up to 6 kilometres.

Rare white tigers carry a gene that is only present in around 1 in every 10000 tigers

Sources:http://www.whozoo.org/students/deechh/bengal.htmhttp://www.indiantiger.org/white-tigers/http://www.animalcorner.co.uk/rainforests/bengalwhite.htmlhttp://www.saveindiastigers.co.uk/saving-tiger-faqs.html

Fast Facts - Less than 10% of hunts end successfully for tigers - White tigers has a disadvantage in hunting because their prey can easily spot their white fur in the dark

Habitat:Often live in the dense jungles of Asian countries like India and China

Fact:Probably only 3 or 4 out of every 1000 tigers eat people and most of these are sick or wounded animals, that can no longer hunt large prey. White tigers have large strong jaws and teeth that helps it catch their unnoticed prey which are caught by the necks and broken by the jaws .

Physical Description:White tigers have blue eyes. White fur with black stripes.

Threats:Humans (main predator)Leopard might kill and eat a very young tiger.

Hunting Time !

The stripes on the tiger's body helps them appear invisible to their prey in the tall grass and trees.

They can live in any cimate

Habitat!

Fact: Although the range of the White Tiger is historically very large, these animals are incredibly rare as their colouration is dependent on a defective, recessive gene that is passed on from their parents.

Diet: Tigers do not hunt in social groups which means their solitary animals. In the wild, the white bengal tigers would eat pig, cattle , deer or other types of meat they can find.


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