How Many White Lions Are Left in the World?

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White lions are classified under the general species of Panthera leo, but is subject to change with genetic research in the future. White lions are not albinos, but are a unique gene that is carried by some of the tawny coloured lions. The last time a white lion was seen in the wild was in 1994. At that time, they were technically extinct in the wild. As of March, 2013, there are no laws that protect the white lions from being wiped out. There are an unknown small number of white lions in captivity and on nature reserves in various locations around the world.
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