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Cameras Capture First Tiger Born at London Zoo in 17 Years

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October 2, 2013
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A 5-year-old Sumatran tiger gave birth to a cub at London Zoo, and it's the first tiger born inatthe zoo in 17 years. Jen Markham has the incredible video of the birth.


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AP (Oct. 2, 2013) Hidden cameras captured the birth of the London Zoo's first tiger cub in 17 years. The cub was born to five-year-old Sumatran tiger Melati on September 22 and won't be shown to visitors for a few weeks.
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First Tiger Cub in 17 Years Born at London Zoo

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Reuters (Oct. 2, 2013) Birth of tiger cub at London Zoo is captured on hidden cameras in the Sumatran mother tiger's den. Sharon Reich reports.
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AFP (Oct. 2, 2013) The birth a Sumatran tiger cub has been captured on hidden cameras by zookeepers at London Zoo -- their first cub for 17 years.
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