Yes, they are. There are only about 200 of them left in the world today, mostly in Malaysia and Indonesia.
While yes there aren’t many white tigers in the wild, the white tiger is not a separate species of tiger. A white tiger is a tiger with a recessive gene that creates the pale coloration. They aren’t albino tigers and don’t constitute a separate subspecies of their own and can breed normally with orange colored tigers. White tigers have been well documented in the Bengal tiger subspecies and have also occurred with the Siberian tiger subspecies as well.
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