Where Does the White Tiger Live?


The white tiger is a mutant of the Bengal tiger which is smaller than the original tiger. Only a small number of white tigers are in existence though their numbers are said to be increasing. It lives in the wild and a high number of them are said to be in India.
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The white tiger, like all other tigers, is found only in the continent of Asia. The white tiger is not a specific breed of tiger, but rather a genetic anomaly among all the breeds of tigers. They can be found in South China, Benegal, or even Siberia. You can find more information here: http://www.tigerhomes.org/cam/white_tiger.cfm
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