The Golden Tiger is a special species of tiger, it is so rare that it can only be found in captivity. Their striping is much paler than usual and may fade into spots or large patches. Golden Tigers also tend to be larger and, have softer fur than their orange relatives. Few zoos have bred or exhibited golden tigers and many have no knowledge of the color or its mode of inheritance.
In the wildEdit
India has records of wild golden tigers which date back as far as about the early 1900s. It has though never been proved that Golden Tigers are living in the wild, and they are only known to be found in captivity.