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Two critically endangered tigers cubs have been born at a Florida zoo.
The male Sumatran tiger cubs were born weighing 4.5lb each at the Jacksonville Zoo on November 20, marking the zoo's second of such births in its 102-year history.
Cubs - Exhibit - Months - Series - Health
The cubs will not be on exhibit for several months as they still require a series of health examinations and vaccinations.
There are currently less than 400 Sumatran tigers in the wild, and the Jacksonville Zoo is part of a network of facilities working to maintain the population.
Litter - Tiger - Dorcas - Cubs - Father
This is the second litter for six-year-old female tiger Dorcas, and the cubs' father, Berani.
They gave birth to the zoo's first cub in the Zoo's history, Kinleigh Rose, two years ago.
Health - Exams
Along with health exams and...
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