The three Sumatran Tiger cubs born at the Topeka Zoo are now on public display from 9 to 10:30 a.m. each day.
“They have a blast outside, but they are still young and all the play tends to wear them out,” Zoo Director Brendan Wiley said. “Usually, around 11 a.m. they are ready for a nap. Mom leads them inside where they settle back into their den box for a midday nap.” The cubs continue to thrive, doing so well that daily weighing of the cubs was discontinued last week.
Cubs formerly known as 1, 2, and 3 are now known as Raza, Chlojo and Shanti.