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Rare footage shows successful tiger breeding
Aug 04, 2018

Rare& nbsp;footage of a tiger family offers exciting proof of tigers breeding successfully in the wild. The video shows a female tigress - named Rima - and her 3 cubs growing up in Central Sumatra. Rima then meets Uma, a male Sumatra tiger, and breeds successfully to have four more tiger cubs. Yet, tigers are endangered, facing a high risk of extinction in the wild. Today, there are only around 3,900 wild tigers worldwide. That& rsquo;s more than a 95% decline from perhaps 100,000 just over a century ago.



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