Rare Tiger Cubs Caught on Film

Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae). Image credit: Monika Betley/Wikipedia

Rare footage of a Sumatran tiger and two cubs was captured by a WWF camera trap placed in the jungle of Indonesia’s Sumatra Island.  The WWF said this was the first evidence that they’ve recorded of the tigers breeding.  This evidence is very important given that less than 400 Sumatran tiger exist in Indonesia.  You can check out the footage at National Geographic.

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3 Comments on “Rare Tiger Cubs Caught on Film”

  1. Photo Mike Says:

    how majestic is that photo?

  2. slamdunk Says:

    Great video–thanks for the link over there.

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