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Tiger cubs at Mexico zoo enthral human visitors


Guadalajara, Oct 9 (EFE).- Four endangered bengal tiger cubs have become the center of attraction for human visitors at the Guadalajara Zoo.Nadya Herran, a veterinarian and caretaker of the tigers, explained that the cubs, two males and two females, now weigh 12 kilos and were born in July 2021. (Camera: JOSE LUIS GONZÁLEZ).SHOT LIST: BENGAL TIGER CUBS (PANTHERA TIGRIS TIGRIS), ARE SEEN AT THE GUADALAJARA ZOO, JALISCO STATE, MEXICO.

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