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Visually it isn’t even considered albino. You can’t see them in the photo but even the completely white tigers have pale stripes on them, if it were an albino it would have *no* stripes. As for your actual question, I’m not sure and I’m not sure if we can even be sure. White tigers like this are almost always bred under controlled conditions, so selectivity isn’t much of a problem. This has considerable [genetic defects](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_tiger#Genetic_defects) for the tiger which would certainly cause long term problems for the family line.