Siberian Tiger Quadruplets Born In China, Then Expert Explains How To Tell Them Apart By Tails

by Caralynn Lippo
Caralynn is a writer, native New Yorker, TV enthusiast, and dog mom to Hobbes.

A quartet of adorable Siberian tigers were recently born and have made their public debut — on video, at least.

The tiger cubs are quadruplets. They were born in Kunming City, China.

In just a few more days, they will be making their debut for visitors at a wildlife park in China. The sweet baby tigers were born on May 13, 2017. At just over 1-month-old, the cubs already know how to walk.

But if the below video (shared on June 18, 2017) is any indication, they are more interested in cuddling together and practicing their growling right now!

The cubs don’t have names yet, but their breeder explained that he is able to easily identify them according to their tail stripe patterns.

Siberian tigers are unfortunately an endangered species. Breeding centers in China have been working on breeding the animals in order to boost the dwindling population.

Back in April 2017, another breeding center in northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province publicly debuted their own 50 sweet little cubs.

These tiger cubs might be cute and small now, but according to National Geographic, this particular species holds the title of the world’s largest cats! They can reach a weight of 660 pounds.

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