Grrrrr! Introducing the Honolulu Zoo’s new tiger cubs


It’s tough. But we’ll try to curb the profusion of cute here.

These are the first photos released of three tiger cubs born at the Honolulu Zoo last month.

The three-week-old Sumatran tiger cubs were born Sept. 15—the first tiger brood birthed at the Waikiki zoo in 27 years.

Honolulu Zoo officials say the cubs and their 9-year old mom Chrissie are doing well. (The cubs’ dad, Berani, wasn’t involved much in recent goings-on.) But don’t rush to the zoo’s tiger habitat to see the newborns just yet.

introducing_Honolulu_zoo_tiger_cubsThe zoo hasn’t announced a date when the still unnamed cubs will be ready for their close-up with the public.

Click here for the Honolulu Zoo’s Web site.

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