All species of tigers do exhibit striped patterns. Typically tigers are orange to reddish in coat color marked with unique black stripes. Bengal tigers are white in color with black stripes. Occasionally, however, a genetic anomaly produces a white Bengal tiger with very light striping. This is sometimes called a tiger without stripes, such as in the case of Freeda, a white Bengal tiger born in South Africa in January 2009. These cases represent on 1% of the species and are not albino.
Yes, even albino tigers have stripes that are used to camouflage these large cats in the forests of Asia. Because most animals are colorblind, the tiger’s vertical stripes could easily be mistaken for shadows.
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