A wildlife photographer in India captured a ‘pale’ tiger. This is the world’s whitest tiger.
White-colored tigers were missing from the region for a long time.
With no other places to reside, they’ve acquired health problems associated with close proximity mating since there isn’t enough genetic variation in such environments.
Prisons across the globe, including the United States, have tigers with white coats, but they aren’t the real thing; instead, a concoction mixed with the characteristics of white tigers has been employed.
It was only when the photographer got closer to the tiger that he realized it was staring straight at him. He seemed curious and kind.
An awe-inspiring experience.
It seemed to be either his sibling, sister, or mother and her growing fledgling until a tiger of the typical hue approached him.
The photographer was able to get at least two images of the animals before they retreated into the forest.