Physical Description The white tiger have blue eyes which means they are not albinos. Their noses are pink. They have creamy white fur with chocolate stripes covering their entire body. They are sharp teeth for eating meat along with strong claws. They can weigh 400 pounds and be 10 feet long.
Habitat Food – White tigers eat deer, pigs, and buffalo. Water – White tigers get water from rivers and puddles. Shelter – White tigers live in grassy or swampy forests. Space - White tigers need large areas with trees and tall grass for hiding.
White Tiger Babies Gestation: 103 days Number of young at birth: up to 2 to 7 Size at birth: 2.2 pounds Baby name: whelp
The Future The white tiger is endangered. Endangered means facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild. To help the white tiger we can protect them from there enemies. Where are white tigers found?
Resources www.sandiegozoo.com www.whozoo.org Google images Fort Worth Zoo
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