A Bengal Tiger and Her Cubs in Russia’s Yekaterinburg Zoo

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Two male and two female Bengal tiger cubs were born on July 2 in the Yekaterinburg Zoo. Their parents are Radzhakhan, the tiger, and Khuanita, the tigress.

Two male and two female Bengal tiger cubs were born on July 2 in the Yekaterinburg Zoo. Their parents are Radzhakhan, the tiger, and Khuanita, the tigress.

© RIA Novosti . Pavel LisitsynTwo male and two female Bengal tiger cubs were born on July 2 in the Yekaterinburg Zoo. Their parents are Radzhakhan, the tiger, and Khuanita, the tigress.
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Two male and two female Bengal tiger cubs were born on July 2 in the Yekaterinburg Zoo. Their parents are Radzhakhan, the tiger, and Khuanita, the tigress.
© RIA Novosti . Pavel Lisitsyn / Go to the photo bankIt didn’t take long for the cubs to grow bolder and more active. These days they like exploring all by themselves.
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It didn’t take long for the cubs to grow bolder and more active. These days they like exploring all by themselves.
© RIA Novosti . Pavel Lisitsyn / Go to the photo bankThe four cubs have moved from mother’s milk to a meat diet. They all seem to have good appetites and zookeepers have even seen them trying to steal their mother’s dinner.
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The four cubs have moved from mother’s milk to a meat diet. They all seem to have good appetites and zookeepers have even seen them trying to steal their mother’s dinner.
© RIA Novosti . Pavel Lisitsyn / Go to the photo bankEach tiger cub already has its individual traits.
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Each tiger cub already has its individual traits.
© RIA Novosti . Pavel LisitsynThe two males and the larger female are very active and like to play together. The smaller female cub seems a bit of a loner, and doesn’t disturb the others much. Zookeepers say she’s a “daydreamer.”
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The two males and the larger female are very active and like to play together. The smaller female cub seems a bit of a loner, and doesn’t disturb the others much. Zookeepers say she’s a “daydreamer.”
© RIA Novosti . Pavel Lisitsyn / Go to the photo bankThe white tiger, a subspecies of the Bengal tiger that inhabits Southeast Asia, is a rare animal listed in the IUCN Red List of endangered animals.
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The white tiger, a subspecies of the Bengal tiger that inhabits Southeast Asia, is a rare animal listed in the IUCN Red List of endangered animals.
© RIA Novosti . Pavel Lisitsyn / Go to the photo bankThey are known by their distinctive white fur.
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They are known by their distinctive white fur.
© RIA Novosti . Pavel Lisitsyn / Go to the photo bankWhite tigers find it tough to survive in the wild because their white fur, though stunning, does not make for good camouflage, making it harder for them to hunt – and easier for them to be hunted.
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White tigers find it tough to survive in the wild because their white fur, though stunning, does not make for good camouflage, making it harder for them to hunt – and easier for them to be hunted.
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