Three rare Amur tiger cubs, born at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Kent, have been named. The cubs are called Aleena (meaning noble one), Amasia (a future supercontinent of America and Asia) and Siberia (in Northern Russia). The babies were born to mum Ronja and dad Pan in June.
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