The Dallas Zoo is celebrating some new arrivals, two Sumatran tiger cubs.
The cubs were born on December 6, to mom, Sukacita ("Suki") and dad Kuasa. That means these cubs are full siblings to Sumini.
A team of zoologists and veterinarians are currently helping care for the tiger cubs since the mother had milk production issues, similar to when she gave birth to Sumini.
The Dallas Zoo says both cubs and mom are happy and healthy!
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The zoo has not decided on names for the two cubs yet. They will remain behind the scenes for now.
"With only an estimated 400-600 Sumatran tigers remaining in the wild, each birth is a major win for this critically endangered species, and we're thrilled to be able to contribute to the population once again with these adorable new additions," zoo officials said in a press release.