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A golden tiger (aka golden tabby tiger or strawberry tiger) is one with an extremely rare color variation caused by a recessive gene and is currently only found in captive tigers. There are currently believed to be fewer than 30 of these rare tigers in the world, but many more carriers of the |

Pure White or Snow Tiger (Recessive Stripe) , White Tiger, Golden Tiger (aka Golden Tabby or Strawberry Tiger) & Bengal Tiger: the rare colour variations are extinct in the wild, and there are fewer than 2000 Bengal tigers surviving wild today

White Tiger ~ Bengal tigers are the only subspecies that come in different colors! Because they are a different color, white tigers are often believed to be considered a separate subspecies from orange tigers. That’s not the case! White tigers are Bengal tigers, and they are one of 4 different color variations: orange, white, cinnamon, and snow white.

the Guardianfrom the Guardian

In pictures: The four faces of the Bengal tiger

Credit: Barry Bland/Barcroft Media Sundari, a two-year-old female snow white Bengal tiger

The white tiger is a recessive mutant of the Bengal tiger, which was reported in the wild from time to time in Assam, Bengal, Bihar and especially from the former State of Rewa.

With around 3000 tigers left in the entire world. It´s best to memorize visuals like this, soon frozen frames of captured moments are all that is left for the world to see. The tiger needs us all to keep it in view and mind.

Beauty Harmony Lifefrom Beauty Harmony Life

18 Beautiful Images of Friendship and Love of Various Animals

magicalnaturetour: Joe McBroom Photographer ~ Pals :) #tigers #bigcats #amazingphoto #photooftheday #picoftheday

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