Why is the white Siberian endangered?

Answer The Siberian tiger is the largest big cat in the world, weighing more than 600 pounds. Also known as the Amur tiger, white Siberian tigers face the same hazards to a healthy population as their ora... Read More »

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Are Siberian tigers an endangered species?

Siberian tigers, which live primarily in Russia's birch forests, are critically endangered. There are only about 400 to 500 Siberian tigers living in the wild due to hunting and forest destruction.... Read More »

How to Identify a White German Shepherd Vs. a Siberian Husky Dog?

The white German shepherd and the Siberian husky dog breeds can be mistaken for each other upon first glance. Both dogs have fur coats built for cold weather, long bushy tails, are more than 20 inc... Read More »

Is the white giraffe endangered?

The white giraffe is rare, but not an endangered species. The white giraffe is leucistic, or lighter in color than other giraffes and not a true albino animal. Chris Foley from the Wildlife Conserv... Read More »

Are white rhinos endangered?

The subspecies of northern white rhino is on the critically endangered list and might even be extinct in the wild, while the southern white rhino is not on the endangered list, having come back fro... Read More »