White tigers are very hard to find in the wild.
In about 100 years only 12 white tigers have been seen in the wild in India.
They are almost extinct and most of the ones living are mostly in zoos.
This specific tiger is not an albino or a separate subspecies of the tiger.
They are just white colored and have black stripes.
They have blue eyes and a pink nose.
The white tiger is born to a Bengal Tiger
that has the gene needed for white coloring.
A pure white tiger has no stripes and are totally white.
The Tiger reaches up to 13 feet in size from nose to tail
with the female being slightly smaller.
They weigh approximately 500-700 pounds.