Liberec Zoo is celebrating the birth of a precious white tiger, the third successful birth since the breeding program was launched in 1994. The tigers’ pavilion has been closed to visitors and will remain so until the end of June. People can follow the cub’s development on the zoo’s website. There are only several dozen white tigers left in the wild.
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