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Copy of The White Tiger

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Zarina Dossova

on 7 April 2014

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The White Tiger
Habitat: ecosystem
some biotic factors that influence the survival are: humans, deer, other tigers, and wild boar.
some abiotic factors are: the captivity which it lives, big territories, dense vegetation, good source of fresh water.
White tigers live in captivity. the captivity simulates a dense forest. the white tiger plays the role of a large predator.
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Binomial nomenclature:
Pathera Tigris Tigris, more commonly known as the white tiger is and endangered species.
Habitat: protection
Some biotic factors of protection provided by the habitat is dense forest trees, and fresh water.
Some abiotic factors are the dark, and cold snowy temperatures.
Most white tigers are in captivity. the are feed chicken and steak etc. Tigers in the wild eat wild boar, deer, birds, any small any they find. the tiger is a predator.
Symbiotic relationships
Competition: between other tigers.
Commensalism: between a tiger and a golden jackal. the jackal lets the tiger know when there is prey and then eats the remains.
Mutualism: between a group of tigers.
Mutualism: the jackal and tiger are also mutualistic.
White/ black stripes
Blue eyes
Average for a male
weight is
about 500 pounds
Pink nose
males are about
9.5 feet
White tigers are inbred and have a season in which they would mate. In order to get the mutation of white coat and blue eyes, they have to be mated with close members of the family.
Behavior: Aggressive or Passive?
White tigers are only aggressive if they are hungry or you are going to hurt them or their offspring. Other than that they are harmless.
The newborn mortality rate is 36%. The mother makes a nest for the babies then gives birth. The average litter size is about 2-3 cubs. The cubes eyes and ears open at about 6-11 days old.
General Behavior:
Night vision
Acute hearing
Sense of smell, but not as highly developed as a cat or dog.
Super reflexes
Unique facts:
Human importance:
Humans are important to white tigers because humans help to preserve and continuously breed them so the population can increase.
Humans also help to protect them from harm and provide them with food and shelter.
The mutation of blue eyes.
They hunt in the dark.
Every tone of a tigers stripes differ from the rest.
Impressive swimming ability,
The government protects this specific tiger from being hunted.
White tiger population:
The population is estimated to e between 1,300 and 1,500. But there is only a 1 in 10,000 chance that a bengal tiger will have the white mutation.
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