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Published on Sep 24, 2011
The cubs are spending their days chasing each other and wrestling with mom, swimming in their pool, and attacking the trees and bushes in their exhibit. These are all behaviors that are natural for tigers and clearly demonstrate why our cats are such great ambassadors for their wild counterparts.
There are fewer than 500 Malayan tigers left in the wild and the Palm Beach Zoo has partnered with Panthera, the world's leading big cat conservation organization, to prevent the extinction of these regal creatures. Our cubs, as well as their parents, are playing an important part in this critical effort to save Malayan tigers by helping to bring attention to the cause and by ensuring that the captive population continues to grow. For more information on how you can help, please visit www.palmbeachzoo.org/news/2010-11-yott.html.
The Palm Beach Zoo is a non-profit zoological organization whose Mission is to protect wildlife and wildlife habitat, and to inspire others to value and conserve the natural world. For more information on the Palm Beach Zoo's 1,400+ animals, worldwide conservation and education programs, special events and annual memberships, please visit us online at www.palmbeachzoo.org.