Animal Anatomy And Biology

White tigers are widely found in the dense jungle, mangrove and swamps.

These species weight around 140 – 300 kg (309 – 660 lbs).

The average lifespan is 10 years in the wild.

They become fully mature after 3 – 4 years.

The period of gestation lasts for 103 days.

Females litter 2 – 3 cubs.

The length of the white tiger measures around 1.4 – 2.8 metres (41/2 – 9 feet), with the tail measuring 3 – 4 feet (90 – 120 cm).

The newly-born cubs weight around 1 kg (2 – 3 pounds). These juveniles begin to hunt after 18 months or so.
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