Three rare tigers make debut at Sydney Zoo

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Three rare Sumatran tiger cubs are being introduced to the public for the first time at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney.

One of the three tigers at Taronga Zoo.

The 10-week-old cubs – one male and two females – are part of the critically endangered sub-species.

There are less than 400 wild tigers left on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.

The little tigers were born to eight-year-old Kartika, who is at the zoo, on 17 January, as part of a regional breeding programme for Sumatran tigers.

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  1. sometimes i think they look like deers cause in the end the deer is eaten

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