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Name:white Bengal tiger

Item No:RC16052W-W

Product Size:26cm*10.5cm

Scientific Data :

RC16052W-W

Name:white Bengal tiger


Order:Carnivora


Diet:Carnivore


Habitat:India,Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China.


Animal class:Mammal


Figure size:26cm x 11,5cm x 10,5cm (l x w x h)


Real size: M: 270-370 cm F: 240-265 cm long


Weight: M: 204 kg F: 139 kg


Conservation status: Endangered 


Features:The white Bengal tigers are distinctive due to the color of their fur. The white fur caused by a lack of the pigment pheomelanin, which is found in Bengal tigers with orange color fur. When compared to Bengal tigers, the white Bengal tigers tend to grow faster and heavier than the orange Bengal tiger. They also tend to be somewhat bigger at birth, and as fully grown adults. White Bengal tigers are fully grown when they are 2–3 years of age. White male tigers reach weights of 200 to 230 kilograms and can grow up to 3 meters in length.The hind legs of the tiger are longer than their front legs. Large padded feet. Each paw has 4 claws and one claw further back. Their skull is stout and rounded. Large canines. Striped fur.Small ears and a tail.

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RC16052W-W

Name:white Bengal tiger


Order:Carnivora


Diet:Carnivore


Habitat:India,Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China.


Animal class:Mammal


Figure size:26cm x 11,5cm x 10,5cm (l x w x h)


Real size: M: 270-370 cm F: 240-265 cm long


Weight: M: 204 kg F: 139 kg


Conservation status: Endangered 


Features:The white Bengal tigers are distinctive due to the color of their fur. The white fur caused by a lack of the pigment pheomelanin, which is found in Bengal tigers with orange color fur. When compared to Bengal tigers, the white Bengal tigers tend to grow faster and heavier than the orange Bengal tiger. They also tend to be somewhat bigger at birth, and as fully grown adults. White Bengal tigers are fully grown when they are 2–3 years of age. White male tigers reach weights of 200 to 230 kilograms and can grow up to 3 meters in length.The hind legs of the tiger are longer than their front legs. Large padded feet. Each paw has 4 claws and one claw further back. Their skull is stout and rounded. Large canines. Striped fur.Small ears and a tail.


Did you know?

The tiger's tongue is covered with numerous small, sharp, rear-facing projections called papillae. 

These papillae gives the tongue is rough, rasping texture and is designed to help strip feathers, 

fur and meat from prey? Its claws are retractable?


QUESTION: Why is a tiger striped?


ANSWER: It provides camouflage, which helps to stalk its prey.