Samson and Asha are a pair of exotic white tiger descendants from India, the rarest sub-species of tiger in the world!
The white tiger’s origin was first recorded in India between 1556 and 1605. In 1915, a white tiger – later named Mohan – was captured from the wild by a Maharaja and reared in his palace. It is believed that the white tiger population today is descended from Mohan.
Get a closer look at Samson and Asha at the Tiger Land and discover their unique characteristics from the way they mark their territories, their diet to sexual maturity.