And finally for a wildlife Friday some adorable Amur Tiger cubs at Highland Wildlife Park getting their first health checks and their own jabs. - The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS)

tiger cub wrapped in a towl growling at the camera
Female cub getting her health check at Highland Park (image: RZSS)

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has revealed the three endangered Amur tiger cubs born at Highland Wildlife Park in May are two girls and a boy.

Keepers and veterinary staff at the wildlife conservation charity carried out the nine-week old cubs’ first health check this week and say the trio, who are doing well, will be named soon.

The youngsters remain in an off-show cubbing den with mum Dominika at the moment while visitors can still see dad Botzman in the outdoor viewing area at the park.

Read about their arrival here.

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Posted On: 23/07/2021

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