White Bengal tiger cub born at Nicaragua zoo

They are now exclusively found in captive breeding programmes where they are sometimes interbred to maintain the distinctive fur colour. However, a number of the white tigers found in zoos have health issues – probably as a result of the selective inbreeding – such as eyesight problems and deformities.


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