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Begal Tiger Cubs play in enclosure at India safari park

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A biologist at the Bengal Safari Park in India says the three baby Bengal tigers, including one albino cub, born in May will be kept for another three months in their enclosures before being released into the safari.

Added on the 05/09/2018 12:42:56 - Copyright : AFP EN

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