Do white tigers still exist?
Today there are no white tigers in the wild. The last one was shot by a trophy hunter in 1958. There are 200 white tigers in captivity, the product of nine generations of inbreeding.
Are white tigers endangered 2019?
They are a color variant or genetic mutation of the Bengal tiger. There are currently no white tigers in the wild. Color morphs are typically associated with rarity and separate endangered species, which is not the case for white tigers.
How many white tiger are left in the world?
200 white tigers
How rare are white tigers?
8 basic facts about white tigers
They’re not albinos. They’re simply tigers that are born with white fur. White fur is a very rare genetic mutation. It occurs in the wild possibly in as few as 1 in 10,000 wild tiger births.