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Tigers - two Rare Species - White Tiger and Black Tiger (recessive trait causing melanism: resulting in all black pigmentation of skin and fur)

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** We have a responsibility toward the other life-forms of our planet whose continued existence is threatened by our own human species. If we do not do something to help these creatures; we make a mockery of the whole concept of justice. How is it we have come to destroy? The greatest threat to our future is apathy. --------------------------[In the Shadow of Man

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from Mail Online

Just don't tell these guys that they are supposed to be fighting like cats and dogs

Young Timber Wolf and Bengal tiger cub at Myrtle Beach South Carolina Zoo. Animal ambassadors at The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species. Sharing an enclosure together (for now).

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from UltraLinx

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[Extremely Rare Golden Tiger-------- **TIGER: " Wut be de difference dat me be rare? Meez world, meez Earth be a ruin. A planet spoiled by de human species"

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A Golden Tiger, golden tabby tiger or strawberry tiger is one with an extremely rare color variation caused by a recessive gene that is currently only found in captive tigers. Like the white tiger, it is a color form and not a separate species. In the case of the golden tiger, this is the wide band gene; while the white tiger is due to the color inhibitor (chinchilla) gene. There are currently believed to be fewer than 12 of these rare tigers in the world,[citation needed] but many more…

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from Cats In Care

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White tiger fact white tigers are not a diffrent species of tigers they are bengal tigers! There are beautiful!!!!

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This truly breaks my heart. Infographic: Top 20 countries with most endangered species | MNN - Mother Nature Network.
from MNN - Mother Nature Network

Infographic: Top 20 countries with most endangered species

This truly breaks my heart. Infographic: Top 20 countries with most endangered species | MNN - Mother Nature Network.

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