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Tigers 101

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What makes some tigers white? How many tigers are left in the wild? And why do they have webbed feet? Learn some surprising facts about the remaining six subspecies of tigers, the largest cats on the planet, in this three-minute primer from Nat Geo Wild.

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Next: Baby lions, baby tiger & baby hyena cub friends, Big Cats and Mirrors at Big Cat Rescue, and white tiger Zabu plays with her ball.

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