Three tiger cubs were born at the Palm Beach Zoo back in May, and this Friday they will be out for their first meet and greet to the general public of zoo visitors. They will come out at 5:30 pm as part of the zoo’s Safari Night.
For those who are unable to attend the unveiling on Friday afternoon, you can check up on the cubs anytime you’d like from 10am-4pm daily at http://palmbeachzoo.org/tiger-cam.html. The Malayan cubs were born to mom Berapi and dad Rhimba, who were introduced with mating intention last November. The Malayan tigers are one of the smallest breeds, with an estimated 500 in captivity.
The West Palm movers are excited for the new additions to the Palm Beach Zoo, and very happy for the tiger family of 5! If you’re new to the West Palm area, be sure to keep up with our website and blog for events and tips on maximizing your living in Palm Beach County, FL.