A zoo in China has welcomed five baby Manchurian
tiger cubs. Early on Sunday morning, zoo workers at southwest
China’s Yunnan Wild Animals Park helped deliver the little ones into the world. One cub currently remains in an incubator
at the breeding center due to its feebleness. Staff are feeding the baby cub with milk every
three hours, seven to eight times a day, taking care of it just like a little baby in a cradle. According to one of the zoo keepers, the four
other cubs are being taken care of by their mother and after about 10 days they will open
their eyes. Lucky visitors to the zoo will be able to
see the five cubs about three months later.