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White Tiger


The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | White Tiger | Compared to normal colored tigers without the white gene, white tigers tend to be a bit larger than the original tigers, both at birth and as a large adult. Currently, several hundred white tigers are in captivity worldwide, with about 100 are in India. The unusual black white tigers has made them popular in zoos and exotic animals for entertainment. German-American magicians Siegfried & Roy became famous for breeding and training two white tigers for their performances, referring to them as "royal white tigers", the white tiger association with the Maharaja of Rewa. With the help of veterinary experts, who vainly tried to reproduce the white tiger with colored female tigers. Eventually, however, has succeeded in creating a second generation of white tigers. A white tiger is caused by the presence of a homozygous recessive allele in the genome. Estimates show that about a wild Bengal Tiger 15,000 births will result in a white tiger. The existence of white Siberian tigers has not been scientifically documented, despite some anecdotal observations of white tigers live in areas where wild Siberian tigers.

The famous white Siberian tigers found in captivity are actually not pure Siberian tigers. They are instead the result of Siberian tigers breeding with Bengal tigers. The gene for white coating is quite common among Bengal tigers, but the natural birth of a white Bengal tiger is still a very rare occasion in the wild, where white tigers are not so high selective. The white tiger is not considered a subspecies of tiger, but rather a mutant variant subspecies of tiger exist. If a pure white Siberian tiger born, would be selectively bred in tiger conservation programs. It would, however, probably still be selectively bred outside the program in order to create white Siberian tigers. Due to the popularity of white tigers, which are used to attract visitors to the zoo. Additional genetic condition can remove most of the scratches of a white tiger which causes the animal almost pure white.

The modern strain of snow white tigers came from repeated brother-sister matings of Bhim and Sumita at Cincinnati Zoo. Because Tony's genome present in many white tiger pedigrees, the gene may also be present in other captive white tigers. Therefore, stripeless white tigers have appeared in zoos as far afield as the Czech Republic, Spain and Mexico. In 2004, blue-eyed white tiger stripeless born in a wildlife refuge in Alicante, Spain. Stripeless white tigers were considered sterile until Siegfried & Roy stripeless Sitarra white tiger, a daughter of Bhim and Sumita, gave birth. Another variation which came out of the white strains were unusually light-orange tigers called "golden tabby tiger." These are probably orange tigers carrying the recessive gene stripeless white. Some white tigers in India are very dark, between white and orange. Because of the extremely rare white tiger allele in the wild, the pool was limited to the reproduction of the small number of white tigers in captivity. According Sankhala Kailash, the last white tiger seen in the wild was shot in 1958.

A white Amur tiger may have been born at Center Hill and has given rise to a strain of white Amur tigers. A man named Robert Baudy realized that his tigers had white genes when a tiger is sold to Marwell Zoo in England developed white spots, and grew accordingly. The Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa Bay has four of these white tigers Love, descendant of Robert Baudy actions. E 'was also possible to expand the white group of genes from crosses with white tigers tigers orange independent, then using the cubs to produce more white. The white tigers Ranjit, Bharat, Priya and Bhim were outcrossed, in some cases, more than one tiger. The last descendants of Bristol Zoo white tigers were a group of orange tigers cross which were bought by a Pakistani senator and shipped to Pakistan. New Delhi Zoo loaned white tigers to some of the best zoos in India for outcrossing, and the government had to impose a whip to force zoos to return the white tigers or their orange offspring.

Siegfried & Roy white tigers have produced in collaboration with the Nashville Zoo. White tigers appear frequently in literature books, video games, television and comic books. White Tiger is also the name of an American glam metal band 1980s. In the movie 101 Dalmatians Cruella De Vil kills a tiger skin white. Aravind Adiga's novel, The White Tiger won the Man Booker Prize in 2008. The protagonist and narrator introduces himself as "The White Tiger. Games including white tigers are Zoo Tycoon, World of Warcraft, and Perfect World International. White tigers are presented as a wild companion "pet" tamable in Guild Wars Factions. A white tiger expert Bowmanville Zoo in Ontario, Canada, was used in Animorphs TV series. A superhero named White Tiger appears in "Friends" Dexter Laboratory of justice. A white tiger named White Blaze is frequently shown in the anime Ronin Warriors. Tigatron animation TV series Transformers: Beast Wars is based on the white tiger. Kylie Chan series "Dark Skies includes the four winds of Chinese mythology - including The White Tiger. In Hayate the Combat Butler, Tama, Nagi Sanzenin tiger mascot is a white tiger. 

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