The white tiger is not an albino. Instead, the white coat and icy blue eyes are simply a rare expression of recessive genes. Estimates predict that only one out of every 10,000 tigers will display the striking black and white striped pattern.
Up to 4 ft
Male – 395 to 570lbs; Female - 220 to 355lbs
Up to 20 yrs in wild
Forest, woodlands and wetlands
Primarily hoofed mammals such as wild pigs, cattle and deer, some small animals such as monkeys, birds and fish
Species at Risk (IUCN—Endangered)