Siberian Tiger Cubs Debut At Bronx Zoo
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Three Siberian tiger cubs made their public debut at the Bronx Zoo Wednesday.
They will occasionally be on exhibit with their mother for the next few weeks as they get used to their new surroundings.
The two female cubs and their brother currently weigh about 45 pounds.
The males are the world's largest cat and can grow up to 650 pounds.
The cubs were bred on the recommendation of the Species Survival Plan, which works to improve the stability of the tiger population in zoos.
Tigers are an endangered species, with fewer than 3,200 remaining in the wild.