Tiger cubs

Zoos mix Malayan and Amur cubs


‘While they differ as a subspecies, raising the Malayan cub with the two Amur tiger cubs allows for essential behavioral and social welfare.’

 Just a few weeks after announcing the birth of two endangered Amur tiger cubs, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is now welcoming the addition of a 2-month-old Malayan tiger cub that comes from the Tulsa Zoo.

The female tiger cub – named Indrah – has joined the two Amur tiger cubs that were born at the Cleveland Zoo in late December “to form a social group of two endangered subspecies of tigers.”

This article was published by WKYC.com on February 18, 2021.