The Cleveland zoo in the USA takes part in a breeding program for Amur tigers. Three cubs are now being exposed to the public, while the zoo is doing its promotion campaign.
Two Amur tiger cubs (Luka and Anya) were born at the zoo in December. Indrah, a Malayan tiger cub, was born at a zoo in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in December. They were brought together on a recommendation from the Tiger Species Survival Plan – a name that was chosen to justify the breeding.
The three cubs made their first public appearance in the Cleveland zoo on Wednesday.
#TigerNews: Read the full article on WSPA, published on April 14, 2021.