What's the life cycle of a white tiger?


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Shelby Gates answered
The life cycle of a tiger is about the same as other big cats. A  tiger cub weighs about 1.1 kg, is born blind and deaf and entirely dependent of its mother. After a few weeks, cubs begin to travel with  their mother and she will teach them the art of be a tiger. At the age  of 12 months, they begin to explore their territory more often, but  still depend on their mother.At about 2-3 years old, the young-adults leave their mothers and begin a relatively lonely life.  When  the females are about 3-4 years, they have their first litter, but the  males don't mate until 4-5 years old, and only if they can get a  territory of their own. The males mostly fight for the territory and the  safety of there females and cubs.  The life of a tiger is hard, but  they become the most powerful predator of his territory. The females  have a life span of about 15 years while the males have a life span of  about 10 years.
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Anonymous answered
It lays an egg then abandons it...when it gets older it starts to eat the grass and shrubs...

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