Indochinese Tiger Cubs Debuts at Berlin Zoo Outdoor Cage (Photo)

By on Apr 4, 2012 in Animals, Science Comments
Indochinese Tiger Cubs

Indochinese tiger cubs
Image Credit: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

Four Indochinese tiger cubs made their debut at the Tierpark Friedrichsfelde Zoo in Berlin on Tuesday, April 3, 2012, according to reports by several international news sites.

Reports say that adult tigers and the four cubs were presented to the media at their outdoor cage.

The four Indochinese tigers were born as quadruplets last August 10, 2011 with three female and one male. The three tiger girls were named Thaya, Salween and Mandalay, and the lone boy was named Lampun.

Indochinese tigers are reportedly considered as endangered species.

Below is a ITNExtreme Youtube video of the rare quadruplets Indochinese tigers when zoo officials presented them to the public.

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