Baby Amur tiger cubs born at Crimean safari park

- A Crimean Safari Park has welcomed three new baby Amur tiger cubs.

Park workers say the trio and their mother are doing well.

The cubs were born last week at the Taigan Park in Belogorsk, which is home to around 50 tigers and lions.

Amur tigers are an endangered subspecies.

They were once found across eastern Russia, but they were driven to the brink of extinction in the 1940s.

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