Thirty tiger cubs born in center China
beijing - In a breeding program of Siberian tigers in Northeast China, thirty cubs were born in a month's time. A spokesperson for the breeding center in Heilongjiang province told the Chinese state press agency Xinhua that all tigers are in good health.
However, the park staff must feed the most cubs with the bottle. The park in Heilongjiang is the largest breeding of Siberian tigers in China. Employees of the center expect that around 100 tigers will be born this year.
The Heilongjiang Center was opened in 1986 with eight tigers. Now there are more than a thousand tigers in the park.
Siberian tigers are among the rarest felines in the world. They mainly live in the northeast of China and the east of Russia.
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