White Tiger

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White Tiger

The focus of this infographic is the White Tiger. For those who don't know, White Tigers are Bengal Tigers who have a pigment variant that makes them white. Since they are so rare, they are on the endanger list and they are not nice to some humans.

Sadly, people have not seen the White Tiger in the wild for 50 years!This could mean that there might not be any left in the wild!

White Tiger By Briannie Cabral

White Tiger's food chain

Another place where White Tigers live is in the "Swamps in the Forest"

White Tiger in the shade in the Grassland

White Tiger running to cach his/her prey in the Grassland.

A cub stay with there mothers for 4 years before it leaves its mother.

A White Tiger in a Swamp.

For White Tiger to be produced, both of it's parents must carry the gene. They are pregnant for around 3 and a half months and gives birth to up to 5 cubs, which are blind and weigh roughly 1kg each and can have either white or orange fur. White Tigers have an average lifespan of 12 years, which can be longer in captivity.

Above is a map that shows the White Tiger hot spots.

A picture of a White Tiger.

White Tigers are found in India, Nepal, Bhutal, and in Bangladesh. They can be found in forest and in swamps.

This White Tiger is hunting in the snow.

One problem is that people kill WhiteTigers for there skin to make clothing. Now they are endangered and they may not be any left in the wild forever!

This is a picture of a coat made of White Tiger skin!

The White Tiger has a number of adaptations to help it hunt, including being strong and powerful, incredibly fast, and having long and sharp claws and teeth. Their strong bones and powerful jaws and sharp teeth help them to hunt deer, wild boar, cattle, and goat.

A White Tiger running for his/her prey.


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