White tigers live an average of 10 to 12 years in the wild. They are not a subspecies, but rather a rare color variant of the Bengal tiger. More »

Wild white tigers have historically been observed in India, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. However, white tigers are almost never seen in the wild and are much more widespread in captivity. More »

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White tigers are a pigment variation of the Bengal tiger and can live in a wide variety of habitats across India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan including tropical forests, mangroves and grasslands. Due to its lack of pigm... More »

White Bengal tigers, like all Bengal tigers, are endangered because of habitat loss, prey loss, illegal hunting for profit and conflicts with humans.There are less than 2,500 Bengal tigers in the wild. Bengal tigers live... 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 »

White tigers are carnivores and, in the wild, they often feed on large mammals, such as wild boar, buffalo and deer. Depending upon what is available in a particular area, white tigers may also prey on smaller animals, s... More »

In the wild, tigers live eight to 10 years, although some live for 15 or 20 years. In captivity, they live as long as 26 years. More »