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From what I've read, this big cat is considered a mutant of the common Bengal tiger, the orange-with-black-stripes variety. This one was held in display inside of a local aquarium in downtown Houston.
Found in the Downtown Aquarium in Houston, Texas. (http://www.aquariumrestaurants.com/downt...)
The gang is made up of four of these beautiful big cats, each with their own unique name, and this was the youngest of the litter -- four years old. In the wild, they are expected to live for around 10 years, although in captivity that number doubles to 20 years of life!