White tigers can thrive in areas that have some bush cover, shelter, water, and prey to feed on. These animals can live in mountain caves or hide under the cover of forest thickets. The territory of a white tiger is between 10 to 30 miles and usually depends on the concentration of its prey, which means that in areas of high concentration, the tiger will have a smaller territory.
Even though they may appear powerful, tigers are an endangered species since their habitats are constantly shrinking due to human encroachment and environmental hostilities. Tigers are also faced with food shortage, poaching and population fragmentation.