The White Siberian Tiger's body is covered in arctic gray fur with azure stripes. His head is that of a predatory feline, complete with a broad, rounded skull, a thick muzzle, and several stiff white whiskers. His eyes feature small, round pupils and a single color in place of separate iris and sclera. Whenever his maw hangs open, two elongated fangs extend prominently from his lower jaw like ivory stalagmites, dwarfing the six sharp incisors between them. His body is massive, a muscular killing machine designed to hunt, stalk and destroy prey in the fierce semi-Arctic winter. His arms are thick, powerful looking appendages, with wide handpaws that end in large azure claws. His legs are large and digitigrade, well-suited to quick and powerful leaps at unsuspecting prey. His tail measures a few feet in length, swaying in response to his mood and helping to keep his balanced at high speeds.