The National Geographic, Defenders of Wildlife and San Diego Zoo's websites all have information and facts about the six types of tigers. Basic information includes current and past habitats, population trends, conservat... More »

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White tigers are very rare, owing their unique color to a defective recessive gene present in roughly 1 in 10,000 tigers. This gene also causes them to have blue eyes rather than the normal yellow or green eyes found in ... More »

The Siberian tiger, also known as the Amur tiger, is the largest subspecies of tiger. Siberian tigers are found primarily in the birch forests of Siberia, eastern Russia, China and North Korea. Siberian tigers are consid... More »

The best way to look at pictures of snow leopards online is to visit sites that provide information about the cats, such as the National Geographic or Defenders of Wildlife websites. It is also a good idea to visit resea... More »

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As of June 2015, cheetah information is available on websites for the Defenders of Wildlife, the National Zoo and the Cheetah Conservation Fund. The Defenders of Wildlife website displays basic facts about diet, populati... More »

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The African Wildlife Federation lists lion habitats, and both the AWF and Defenders of Wildlife provide information on threats to lions from such factors as changes in habitat. The National Geographic Society website has... More »

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Conservation organizations, such as WWF and Defenders of Wildlife, and the educational website of National Geographic provide facts about narwhals. Narwhals are native to the Arctic waters around Canada, Greenland, Norwa... More »

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