Two gorgeous rare Amur tigers were born at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire on Friday, 2 October. All together now: oh-my-gosh they are so cute!
So far, zookeepers haven't learned the sex of the tiger cubs, as they're being kept nuzzled up to their protective mum, Minerva.
The tiny bundles weighed in at 800 to 1200 grams, which is in the healthy range. They are the first tiger cubs to be born at Woburn in 23 years.
Amur tigers used to be plentiful through Russia, China and Korea but hunting led them to the brink of extinction in the 1940s. According to WWF, there were no more than 40 individual tigers still in the wild at one stage. Thankfully, those numbers have been increasing and the wild population is now thought to be stable at around 540.
An adult Amur tiger can grow to 10 feet and weigh 396 to 660 lbs.
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