Most Bengal tigers are orange with black stripes and are found in India. However, there are variations in colour that is caused by genetic mutations and causes the tigers to have white fur with black stripes and light blue eyes. Unfortunately, they are listed as endangered in The World Conservation Union (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species.
Zoo Negara Malaysia houses 3 white Bengal tigers from India since 2013. They are the second largest subspecies of tigers after the Siberian tiger. We are providing our best to assist in the conservation efforts to successfully breed these tigers in Zoo Negara Malaysia. Your support will assist us in providing a variety of enrichments to stimulate their senses within their natural setting and other maintenance needed around their open concept exhibit. Help us care for these precious wildlife and prolong their existence for the next generation to appreciate.