Berlin Zoo Asks Public to Name Tiger Cub Twins

The Associated Press
By The Associated Press
November 15, 2022Animalshare
Berlin Zoo Asks Public to Name Tiger Cub Twins
A female Sumatran tiger cub appears in its enclosure at Berlin's Tierpark zoo on Nov. 22, 2018. (John Macdougall/AFP via Getty Images)

Berlin Zoo has asked members of the public to come up with a name for its Sumatran tiger cubs.

The twins, both girls, were born on 1 September to proud mum Mayang and father Jae Jae.

The little balls of fur are doing well, putting on the pounds and making themselves at home in their enclosure.

Sumatran tigers are critically endangered and keepers are delighted with the success of the zoo’s breeding program.

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