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The human population of India, which is one of the chief homes of the magnificent tiger, has grown by 50% in only two decades. Similarly, China’s population has more than doubled in just 40 years. This means that more space is required to accommodate the human population and the infrastructure that they require (towns, roads, farmland, and so on). As a result, an astonishing amount of.
The overall population of tigers has suffered in India, driven by a demand for tiger skins and bones in China and the Far East for traditional medicines of the Orient. Conservationists estimate that India is losing about 200 to 300 tigers a year due to poaching and other development projects, eroding the natural habitat of tigers and other animals.
Golden tabby Tigers have light gold fur, pale legs and faint orange stripes. Their fur tends to be much thicker than normal. There are extremely few golden tabby tigers in captivity, around 30 in all. Like White tigers, Strawberry Tigers are invariably at least part Bengal. Some Golden Tabby Tigers, called Heterozygous Tigers, carry the White Tiger gene, and when two such Tigers are mated, can.
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How do you get a Golden Tabby or Snow White tiger ? While a white tiger’s colour is decided by one pair of genes, the “ghost-striping” of the tabby and snow are determined by a second, different pair.
The first Golden Tabby Tiger ever born in captivity came from two Bengal Tigers at the Adriatic Animal Attractions in Florida, in 1983. One or both of these parents carried the gene for such a colour variation, but neither of them displayed any of its characteristics. Therefore, this cub was a complete surprise to those at the park.
The tiger is the largest wild cat in the world. The big cat weighs up to 720 pounds (363 kilograms), stretches 6 feet (2 meters) long. 100,000 wild tigers roamed Asia a century ago, but today.