Not very long ago, three Amur tiger cubs were born at Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo, and new hopes emerged with respect to the future of this species.
This video shows the triplets making their official public debut, meaning that these are some of the very first images of these tigers the general public was granted access to.
As explained by those looking after these cubs, the Amur tiger population depends on donations made by visitors to this wildlife park if it is to survive on the long run.
For those unaware, Amur tigers (a.k.a. Siberian tigers) are presently the largest felines inhabiting the earth, yet loss of natural habitat and extensive hunting have driven this species very close to extinction.
Hopefully, on-going conservation projects will prove as successful as we want them to be.