Infrequent in the wild but widely bred in zoos, the white tiger, like other tigers, makes its home in grasslands, forests, and wetlands where they find food. Usually, tigers target the last animal in a herd. With a roar that can be heard three miles away, tigers usually live on their own but can get in touch easily. Because of their skin and thick fur, tigers are able to live in very cold temperatures. On average, tigers can live to be twenty years old.