The newest member of the Zoo Miami menagerie, a 3-pound male Sumatran tiger cub, yawns. The yet-unnamed cub is the first Sumatran tiger born at the zoo, to parents Leeloo, of the Oklahoma City Zoo and Berani, of the San Fransisco Zoo, and only the fourth born in the U.S. so far this year.
The newest member of the Zoo Miami menagerie, a 3-pound male Sumatran tiger cub, yawns. The yet-unnamed cub is the first Sumatran tiger born at the zoo, to parents Leeloo, of the Oklahoma City Zoo and Berani, of the San Fransisco Zoo, and only the fourth born in the U.S. so far this year. Contributed to the Miami Herald Zoo Miami carnivore supervisor Ivy Brower
The newest member of the Zoo Miami menagerie, a 3-pound male Sumatran tiger cub, yawns. The yet-unnamed cub is the first Sumatran tiger born at the zoo, to parents Leeloo, of the Oklahoma City Zoo and Berani, of the San Fransisco Zoo, and only the fourth born in the U.S. so far this year. Contributed to the Miami Herald Zoo Miami carnivore supervisor Ivy Brower

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November 23, 2015 12:48 PM

Tale of a baby tiger: Zoo Miami welcomes rare Sumatran cub

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