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Whit tiger(Ray 23) Physica l description The white bengal tiger is smaller in size compare to the Siberian or Amur tiger and short hair. Diet

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Whit tiger ray 23 physica l description

Whit tiger(Ray 23) Physicaldescription

The white bengal tiger is smaller in size compare to the Siberian or Amur tiger and short hair.

Diet

The food of the white tigers is Deer, antelope, buffalo, farm livestock, sambar, young rhino, elephant calves, water buffalo, guar, wapiti, moose, peafowl, monkeys, civets, fish, frogs, crabs, lizards, pythons and vegetation and fruit such as grass and fruit

Habitat

White tigers live in South Eastern Asia and in Central and Southern India.

Special features. White tigers weigh: Males weigh 180 to 306 kg (397-675 lb.), and females weigh 100-167 kg (221-368 lb.). The forehead of each tiger has the Chinese word “王” means King as known as the Asian jungle king.

Others. The another name of the white tiger is:Pantheratigristigris. There are no more white tigers in the wild, there are three extinct tigers, there are the caspian tiger, javan tiger and the bali tiger. The last tiger in Singapore was shot on the year 1930 , 26 October in Choa Chu Kang village. We can help reporduce and release into the wild for them to reproduce more as the cycle continues.


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