White tiger (disambiguation)
A Panthera Tigris or "White tiger" is a tiger with a genetic condition affecting it's pelt pigmentation.
White Tiger(s) may also refer to:
- White Tiger (band), an American glam metal band
- White Tiger (butterfly), the tiger butterfly species Danaus melanippus
- White Tiger of the West, one of the Four Symbols in Chinese astrology and astronomy
- White Tiger (comics), various names used by Marvel Comics super-heroes, including:
- White Tiger (1923 film), a 1923 film directed by Tod Browning
- White Tiger (1996 film), a 1996 film directed by Richard Martin
- White Tiger (2012 film), a 2012 Russian film
- White Tiger oil field, in the South China Sea
- White Tigers (Beyblade), a team in the anime Beyblade
- White Tigers (gang), an American gang featured in the TV series Gangland
- The White Tiger, a 2008 novel by Aravind Adiga
- The White Tiger (Nathan novel), a 1987 novel by Robert Stuart Nathan
- The White Tyger, the third novel in Paul Park's A Princess of Romania series
- HC Bílí Tygři Liberec, Czech ice-hockey club also known as Liberec White Tigers Hockey Club
- United Nations Partisan Infantry Korea, a US Army unit in the Korean war also known as the White Tigers
- Tigatron, a fictional character from the Transformers universe, who transforms into a white tiger
- White Ranger, also known as the White Tiger Ranger in Power Rangers: Wild Force
- Grambling's White Tiger A US TV movie made in 1981, known in Europe as 'White Tiger', 'Team Tiger' or 'Der Kampf der weißen Tiger' (The Struggle of The White Tiger)
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