Frostbitten Orphaned Tiger Gives Birth To Twins!

Image: BASTAK NATURE RESERVE

Image: BASTAK NATURE RESERVE

In the cold winter of 2012, two Russian hunters discovered an orphaned, frostbitten Siberian tiger cub. She was starving in the alone in the woods and would have certainly died had it not been for the hunters. They named her Zolushka, which is Russian for Cinderella. Within the following year, she was carefully nursed back to health and was released into the wild shortly after.

Currently there are less that 400 Siberian Tigers left in the wild. So when she was seen with her cub twins, it has given hope to many animal conservationists who seek to help bring up the Siberian tiger population.

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Video: IFAW – International Fund For Animal Welfare