WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Two of the three baby tiger cubs born earlier this month at the Palm Beach Zoo have opened their eyes.
Based on the footage, experts believe all three cubs appear healthy and exams will be performed in the near future to confirm this and to determine the sex of the cubs.
Zoo staff members are using video cameras to help minimize any intrusion on the tigers during this very sensitive time.
They are only the second litter of Malayan tigers to be born in captivity this year.
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